The following plugin has crashed: Divx web player

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The following plugin has crashed: Divx web player

Post#1 » Sun Feb 20, 2011 11:59 am

So I heard about icefilms and wanted to check it out. I've been searching around on these forums for a few hours now trying some of the solutions posted but to no avail. I use Chrome and cannot get divx to work at all (meaning it's worked zero times for me). I've tried installing from the divx link on the main icefilms page. I've tried installing an older version of divx(1.4.2 etc.). I've run through the CCleaner tutorial found in the forums. I've tried the regedit/proxy enable path only to find that my settings were already what they needed to be.

Maybe I'm missing something simple from a big picture standpoint. Does anyone have any other ideas that might help? Thanks!

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Re: The following plugin has crashed: Divx web player

Post#2 » Sun Feb 20, 2011 5:22 pm

Have you tried following the tutorial on the home page? And Chk your Firewall settings


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Re: The following plugin has crashed: Divx web player

Post#3 » Sun Feb 20, 2011 11:19 pm

Hi striker715,

I think it's likely an extension conflict. Also, (you're on a windows machine?) check for any browser-based anti-malware scanners/blockers and disable them if you find them (like zone alarm?).

Go into incognito mode and disable everrything but the bare minimum you need (java, greasemonkey, divx webplayer, windows media player plugin [I'm not sure about this, but think it may be necessary to process the .avi container] - I think that's all...) See if it works.

If it does, re-enable stuff one at a time and test.
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