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I just installed Fedora 11 and I'm running Firefox 3.5.5, when I play youtube videos I could hear the sound but the video looks really weird, like if the computer is frozen, lines all over. I tried re-installing the Firefox adobe plug in but nothing. can you guys help? I don't want to go back to Ubuntu.
I have an integrated 00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation 82845G/GL[Brookdale-G]/GE Chipset Integrated Graphics Device (rev 01) card. I reinstalled the whole system and installed the latest Adobe from the adobe site but I still have that problem.. all those line on the screen. Now, this system has had Ubuntu and OpenSuse installed and both of them worked just fine. any ideas? I'll wait until tomorrow, if I don't find a way to fix this I will go back to ubuntu which was working fine.
Fedora 11 works great in my Dell Laptop. thanks guys
I know it is bad to give up but I've been looking everywhere and this youtube videos just don't look good. I need to copy all my data which is backed up to a hard drive and I need to open files so I can't wait anymore. I'll reinstall ubuntu and then prob wait for Fedora 12 to be released.