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Problem with signing in YouTube on my PC

Hello, I have a problem with YouTube from my PC. I was already signed in my account and suddenly today I cant's see anywhere the option "Switch accounts" and "sing out" w… (read more)

Hello, I have a problem with YouTube from my PC. I was already signed in my account and suddenly today I cant's see anywhere the option "Switch accounts" and "sing out" when I click on my picture up on the right edge. Also, even though I am singed in and I can see my picture on up on the right edge, at the same time I see on the left, the icon to sign in (it is under history) and I don't see my playlists. However if I click on "Library" (above history) on the new page I see my playlists. If I click on the sign in on the left side (under history) it shows me it shows me again to sign in (even though I had signed in before and I could see my picture on the top of the right corner), I click on my icon and I read: 405. That’s an error. The request method GET is inappropriate for the URL /youtubei/v1/guide. That’s all we know.

It seems like I am signed in, but at the same time not signed in. It's very strange and it has never happened to me. Firefox is updated. On my mobile I don't have any problem. I used Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge and I don't have any problem. Everything is OK there. Only with Firefox on PC I have this problem. I cleared the Cache and Cookies and restarted it, but the problem remains. I also turned off all my add-ons and it didn't fix the problem. What to do? Please, I need your help.

Asked by sfakianaris 2 weeks ago

Last reply by Daniel Liao 2 days ago

Yahoo hyjacking my google searches.

Every search I perform using google is being hyjacked by yahoo. I have read that many other users are having the same problem. I have tried to follow the steps to remove … (read more)

Every search I perform using google is being hyjacked by yahoo. I have read that many other users are having the same problem. I have tried to follow the steps to remove the add-on or extension but when I click on "add-ons" or extensions from the menu it just opens a new blank tab in my browser. When I click on search in the preferences menu, google is the only search engine checked in all of my selections. Please help me get rid of the yahoo search.

Asked by markdbrown 1 month ago

Last reply by JWStewart 4 weeks ago

Can't login to YouTube, Error 405

Hello. I am having the same issue as another user, but they flagged their question as solved so I'm making a new one just in case. I can't login properly to YouTube, only… (read more)

Hello. I am having the same issue as another user, but they flagged their question as solved so I'm making a new one just in case.

I can't login properly to YouTube, only in Firefox, even after clearing cache and cookies and disabling add-ons/running safe mode. I can login to my Google account, view my playlists and recommended videos (although the main page with recommendations only shows 5 lines of videos and when scrolling further is not loading). I can't make any edits, for example add videos to the "Watch Later" playlist, that require a login. When I click login, Google shows the 405 error "The request method GET is inappropriate for the URL /youtubei/v1/browse/edit_playlist. That’s all we know." or with other URL, depending on the action taken.

What can I do? Thank you.

Asked by yana k 1 week ago

Last reply by drovosek3 1 week ago

Sling TV is not supported on Ubuntu browsers

I am running Linux Mint Mate 18.3 on a fairly recent Dell i5 processor with 8 GB ram. When I try to log on to Sling TV, https://watch.sling.com/browse/my-tv, I get the m… (read more)

I am running Linux Mint Mate 18.3 on a fairly recent Dell i5 processor with 8 GB ram. When I try to log on to Sling TV, https://watch.sling.com/browse/my-tv, I get the message: "Sling TV is not supported on Ubuntu browsers" (see screen capture).

However, if I use Chrome or a couple of other browsers the site comes right up and plays any video I chose. I've tried this on several of our computers running various recent Linux Mint builds and get the same result. So the issue is apparently with Firefox, not Linux.

I've tried disabling any extensions that might block access (adblock, no script, ghostery, etc.) but that doesn't make any difference.

Firefox does work with most other streaming services - Netflix, Amazon, Google, etc. Widevine is installed. Any suggestions?

Asked by hbeitmanca 6 days ago

Last reply by cor-el 6 days ago

Yotube cannot load/refresh properly but it works in other browser

As the subject mentioned, Youtube will keep infinitely reload,i tried to clear cache and reset the firefox, it was helpful for a while. However,it turn back to the same p… (read more)

As the subject mentioned,

Youtube will keep infinitely reload,i tried to clear cache and reset the firefox, it was helpful for a while. However,it turn back to the same problem again.

Like the images shown below.

PS. Name: Firefox Version: 80.0.1 Build ID: 20200831163820 Distribution ID: Update Channel: release User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64; rv:80.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/80.0 OS: Windows_NT 10.0 19041 Launcher Process: Enabled Multiprocess Windows: 1/1 Enabled by default Remote Processes: 6 Enterprise Policies: Inactive Google Location Service Key: Found Google Safebrowsing Key: Found Mozilla Location Service Key: Found Safe Mode: false

Asked by PeePeeBird 6 days ago

Last reply by FredMcD 6 days ago

SECURE CONNECTION FAILD PR_END_OF_FILE_ERROR

GOOGLE, YAHOO, AND MANY WEB SITE I CAN,T OPEN Secure Connection Failed An error occurred during a connection to www.google.co.in. PR_END_OF_FILE_ERROR The page you ar… (read more)

GOOGLE, YAHOO, AND MANY WEB SITE I CAN,T OPEN

Secure Connection Failed

An error occurred during a connection to www.google.co.in. PR_END_OF_FILE_ERROR

   The page you are trying to view cannot be shown because the authenticity of the received data could not be verified.
   Please contact the website owners to inform them of this problem.

Learn more…

Asked by inam8720 6 days ago

Last reply by FredMcD 6 days ago

Google Maps Crashes

Firefox just upgraded to 80.0.1 . . . on Mac OS High Sierra . . . 1 Open new browser window 2 Go to : http://www.Google.com/maps/ 3 paste or key an address into the "Wh… (read more)

Firefox just upgraded to 80.0.1 . . . on Mac OS High Sierra . . .

  1. 1 Open new browser window
  2. 2 Go to : http://www.Google.com/maps/
  3. 3 paste or key an address into the "Where?" field, and
  4. 4 BOOM Firefox immediately closes the Google window.

On a Macbook Pro, running Mac OS High Sierra, 10.13.6 FireFox version 75.0 works perfectly, and Google Maps works perfectly.

(Except for the annoying notices to upgrade, which is what was done, finally got tired of getting the upgrade notice so she upgraded and BOOM Firefox doesn't work on Google Maps. So now she's using Safari for Google Maps)

-(

Tip : If the upgrade doesn't work, then don't send the upgrade notices!

Asked by showker1 5 days ago

Last reply by philipp 5 days ago

Youtube not recognizing my Gmail account.

For some reason, YouTube is not being very responsive to my account. I've logged in and out of my Gmail account to view YouTube on Firefox and there are several problems … (read more)

For some reason, YouTube is not being very responsive to my account. I've logged in and out of my Gmail account to view YouTube on Firefox and there are several problems that are troubling me.

1. It doesn't recognize me as a logged in user but as a guest. Even when I'm logged in, YouTube still sees me as a guest. For example when I click on the Bell icon on the top right of the site I can't view my notifications at all from those who've I've subscribed.

2. There is no human way to access account settings as a "logged" in user. I tried modifying the settings by clicking on the gear icon on the top right. The options for settings only appear "normal" for a logged user for a split second till it gets overwritten in appearance by a prompt for people who are guests on YouTube.

I still have access to subscriptions only by opening another tab and through that subscription tab I can still view things normally such as my playlists and history for example. But those two major problems persist.

I've logged into YouTube on Brave and no problems I mentioned happened.

Asked by onyx 5 days ago

Last reply by cor-el 5 days ago

Problems with Youtube on Firefox Desktop; not allowing me to subscribe, log out, switch accounts or watch streams.

Good day! I've been having really strange and frustrating issues with YouTube just on my Windows 10 Desktop Firefox. I log into YouTube and when I click on my profile at… (read more)

Good day!

I've been having really strange and frustrating issues with YouTube just on my Windows 10 Desktop Firefox. I log into YouTube and when I click on my profile at the top right corner it does not give me full options. I cannot switch accounts, log out or get any of the top options just the bottom few. I have to clear cache and cookies in order to switch accounts or log out on YouTube. I cannot subscribe to any channels even though I am logged in. When I click the log in button so I can subscribe, it gives me Error 405 on Google. I also cannot watch any streams. The video loads and stops after 1 second.

I feel like I've tried everything, I checked my adobe flash. Redownloaded it and made sure it is always enabled. Opened firefox in Safe Mode. I disabled all add-ons and themes, cleared history and changed cache and cookies settings from strict to standard. I refreshed firefox, then reinstalled it, but still nothing. I logged into YouTube on Edge and it works perfectly fine there so I have no idea what the problem is. Any suggestions for what I can do?

Thank you.

Asked by sabrina 3 days ago

Last reply by FredMcD 3 days ago

Unwanted Tab "Launchpage.org" opening everytime I open firefox

Hello firefox users. an Unwanted Tab "Launchpage.org" is opening everytime I open firefox. im pretty sure this is malware but can'r remove it/find anything related to it … (read more)

Hello firefox users. an Unwanted Tab "Launchpage.org" is opening everytime I open firefox. im pretty sure this is malware but can'r remove it/find anything related to it in control panel/browser settings, tried to trouble shoot through google but no help. it opens up even if ive saved google as my homepage.

please lemme know if this can be fixed without resetting firefox to defaults

Asked by sidtheblackdeath 3 days ago

Last reply by FredMcD 3 days ago

A Web Page Is Slowing Down Your Browser

I receive the message "A web page is slowing down your browser". I have read the other Firefox users posts with the same problem but none of the solutions solve the prob… (read more)

I receive the message "A web page is slowing down your browser". I have read the other Firefox users posts with the same problem but none of the solutions solve the problem. I don't have this problem with Google's Chrome nor with Microsoft's browser. The main website this problem presents itself on is my preferred news site, FoxNews.com.

Since I would prefer to continue using Firefox please find the problem and FIX your Firefox browser! Thank you.

Asked by psprgm 3 days ago

Last reply by FredMcD 3 days ago

YouTube User Interface/UI is not working properly

For some reason, YouTube is not being very responsive to my account. I've logged in and out of my Gmail account to view YouTube on Firefox and there are several problems … (read more)

For some reason, YouTube is not being very responsive to my account. I've logged in and out of my Gmail account to view YouTube on Firefox and there are several problems that are troubling me.

1. It doesn't recognize me as a logged in user but as a guest. Even when I'm logged in, YouTube still sees me as a guest. For example when I click on the Bell icon on the top right of the site I can't view my notifications at all from those who've I've subscribed.

2. There is no human way to access account settings as a "logged" in user. I tried modifying the settings by clicking on the gear icon on the top right. The options for settings only appear "normal" for a logged user for a split second till it gets overwritten in appearance by a prompt for people who are guests on YouTube.

I still have access to subscriptions only by opening another tab and through that subscription tab I can still view things normally such as my playlists and history for example. But those two major problems persist.

I've logged into YouTube on Brave and no problems I mentioned happened.

Asked by onyx 3 days ago

Last reply by jscher2000 2 days ago

Youtube thinks I am not logged in

When I am browsing with firefox, youtube behaves as if I am not logged into my youtube account even when I clearly am. My youtube avatar shows up and I can look at my dat… (read more)

When I am browsing with firefox, youtube behaves as if I am not logged into my youtube account even when I clearly am. My youtube avatar shows up and I can look at my data in youtube, so I am obviously logged in. However, when I try to subscribe or unsubscribe, it doesn't let me. When I try to add a video to my favorites, it doesn't work.

Other browsers do not have this problem, only firefox. I already tried a clean re-install with all addons removed and it STILL acts like that.

Asked by oreimo33 2 days ago

Last reply by FredMcD 2 days ago