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If you use Google Chrome on Windows, YouTube may not work for several reasons. First of all, it has an obsolete video plugin and browser. Your Adobe Flash may not be installed or updated. There are times when the video driver went wrong.
There are also cases where you have installed two plugins. These plugins may conflict so that YouTube stopped working in Google Chrome. You should also check if your Internet connection is slow or not. It is also an important factor.
To fix YouTube that does not work in Google Chrome, follow these steps:
Once you have done this, go back to the YouTube video you want to watch and refresh the page to see if you have solved the problem.
Step 1: Click on the icon (three vertical points) in the upper right corner of the browser and select “Settings”.
Step 2: Click on Advanced below and select Content Settings under Privacy and Security.
Clear Chrome Cache and Cookies
In some cases, corrupted data may prevent YouTube from working in Chrome. In this case, it is usually a problem with the data stored in the cache of the Chrome browser, or a problem with cookies. For this reason, deleting the cache and cookies can solve problems with YouTube, which does not work with Chrome.
- Navigate to chrome://settings/clearBrowserData
- Check the boxes next to cookies and other page data, as well as cached images and files.
- Click on Delete Data.
- Restart Chrome and check if YouTube is working.
Disable Hardware Acceleration
- To disable hardware acceleration in Chrome, open Google Chrome and click the Menu button (by clicking the three-step button at the top right). Then click on Settings
- After opening the settings page, scroll down to find and click the Advanced button. Under the System section, clear the Use hardware acceleration if available check box.
- Restart Google Chrome.
- When it restarts, type chrome://gpu/ in the address bar and press Enter.
- You will now see whether hardware acceleration or GPU rendering is disabled or not.
Reset the Chrome settings
- Open Chrome on your computer.
- Click on More information in the upper right corner, then click on Settings.
- Click on Advanced below.
- Click on Reset under the Reset section.
- Confirm with Reset.
- Return to the page with the video or game. Click on Reload Reload in the upper left corner.https://stackoverflow.com/questions/50217075/youtube-autoplay-not-working-in-chrome
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