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    Google Chrome: All videos like negative film

    Chrome plays all videos as if you were viewing them as a negative film (ie reversed). I have found no mention of this in all Google searches for help. Videos play just fine in IE and Firefox.
    Any suggestions?

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    Which version?

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    You could check to see if you have anything that's causing a conflict by typing chrome://conflicts in the address bar.

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    Win 7 ...if that is the question you asked

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    No conflicts noted running chrome://conflicts

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    No; which version of Chrome?

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    See if the Anvi Browser Repair Tool covers video in its fixes by clicking on the Chrome icon in the left pane http://www.anvisoft.com/browser-repair-tool.html

    You need to have Chrome installed before you can see what it does for it and I don't.

    Best to click on the icons for IE and Firefox as well should there be any items you don't want it to reset as it will go through the three browsers when installed.

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    Once had a similar problem. It was cured by updating the display drivers (also called graphics driver or video driver).

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    i have a related problem

    sometimes the screen is all blue with white type
    seems to be random
    usually changing pages and coming back fixes that

    have not had problems with videos yet
    they all work great which is about the only good thing i can say about chrome



    Quote Originally Posted by RKWilcox View Post
    Chrome plays all videos as if you were viewing them as a negative film (ie reversed). I have found no mention of this in all Google searches for help. Videos play just fine in IE and Firefox.
    Any suggestions?

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