Currently Being ModeratedApr 1, 2011 9:23 AM (in response to iBozz)Instead of using RealPlayer, you might try one of these Firefox add-ons.mbp 17 | 15 _10.6.7 | g5 imac | pb 17 _10.5.8 | imac dv se_10.4.11
Currently Being ModeratedJun 9, 2011 9:01 AM (in response to iBozz)
I believe what happened is to do with Adobe's latest security update. It left RealPlayer Downloader functionless.
Currently Being ModeratedSep 29, 2011 5:35 AM (in response to iBozz)
Yes, I've had the exact same issue for months now, & Realplayer sites all just continued to 'sing the praises' of their product, so one thinks they're alone in experiencing probs, lol.
Tried alternate add-ons for F-Fox ( as also suggested here by 'Tuttle', but found they too won't work.
Finall found Realplayer Fbk page, who said uninstall FlashPlayer, then d'load all the previous FlashPlayer 9 versions, which I've done, but there r literally dozens of them, so now I've asked R-Player 2 advise/recommend a version under which it'll work... still waiting to hear back...
Currently Being ModeratedJan 16, 2012 6:20 AM (in response to iBozz)
I noticed that Realplayer Downloader stopped working on January 7, 2012, which was the day after I was prompted to "update" the Flash Player plugin. Downloader was still working on my laptop, so taking the cue from iBozz, I located the Flash plugin on my laptop and copied it in the appropriate place to my desktop. And LO AND BEHOLD, the downloader is working normally as it before. The version I copied over was "10.1 r102" for those interested. The tech people at RealNetworks offered no usefull assistance WHATSOEVER, asking me to redownload RealPlayer, check my plugin etc. Their support database has no info at all. Why is it that we on this Forum know more than RealPlayer's support? Well, my notion is that RealPlayer has really no committment to comprehensively support their products.