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You have Quicktime set to play Flash media. Open Quicktime, either from Control Panel or Start Menu. Click on File Types tab, click the + beside Miscellaneous and make sure that the box is not checked beside Flash media. Apply and OK. Restart your browser and see if it works. You may have to down load Flash Player if you don't have it.
 

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Hi all,

I have the same problem, however quicktime is not enabled to play flash files.

In addition i uninstalled quicktime in the meantime and firefox asked me to install the quicktime plugin when trying to access the video afterwards.

Maybe someone can give me a clue what else it could be.
 
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