5 Replies Latest reply: Nov 21, 2008 4:01 PM by QuickTimeKirk
linkfan365 Level 1 Level 1
When trying to view anything that needs the quicktime plugin, it WILL load. HOWEVER, I will no controls and where they should be will be a black line. I need to fix this ASAP, so please help me

HP Pavilion Elite m9250f PC, Windows Vista, AntiVirus: McAfee Total Protection 2007
  • QuickTimeKirk Level 9 Level 9
    QuickTime is not supported on a Windows 64 bit OS.
    You can click in the "space" you think the controller should appear and things should "work".
  • linkfan365 Level 1 Level 1
    That ***** >_> Apple should make a supported version for 64-bit systems.
  • linkfan365 Level 1 Level 1
    Ty for the infos.
  • SKOREAPV83 Level 1 Level 1
    I frequent the Urban Dictionary (http://www.urbandictionary.com/). It requires QuickTime to play the sound bytes. But every time I try to listen to one of 'em, Firefox says that I am missing the QuickTime plugin. I tried going into my Control Panel, QuickTime applet, Browser Tab, clicking the MIME types button, clicking the Use Defaults button, then restarting Firefox, but still I get the same error message when trying to listen to those sound bytes. I have the latest version of QuickTime for Windows. I also have the latest version of Firefox for Windows too. I'm still struggling to get it working. I'd greatly appreciate any help.
  • QuickTimeKirk Level 9 Level 9
    My little test at the Site showed the files to be .mp3 format.
    Easy fix if you have another browser plug-in installed for that file extension:
    Click the link and launch the small pop-up window. Ignore any error messages.
    View the "page source" (the html code that makes a browser work).
    About half way down the page you'll find the "src=" tag. The URL is displayed right after it.
    Copy the URL and you can open the .mp3 file in QuickTime Player (or any other player of your choice).