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    You do have headphones/speakers plugged in ?

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    Yes - although frankly I don't blame you for asking. On the basis of this thread I look like a complete beginner

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    If I log on to a different computer I get the normal message about not being able to play the clip because of the edu filter and that it needs to be added to a playlist. If I look at the URL the edufilter ID is in there and of course I HAVE added the videos to a playlist - that's what I am looking at.
    Not sure why I get a different result logged on as the same person on a different computer but hey ho ...

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    Its just been a issue on various other threads. If you see a red cross by the speaker in the tray it means windows has not detected any speakers/headphones. You can update the audio driver which may/may not fix the issue. Or you can use the following reg key to disable the audio device detection.

    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Contro l\Class\{4D36E96C-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}\0000\GlobalSettings]
    "EnableDynamicDevices"=hex:00,00,00,00

    All of this is for Windows 7 which I'm assuming you are using.

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    No, the audio is fine. Sadly

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    I would say try the html5 player but it doesn't work with the edu filter. Its annoying because I can replicate the quick cycling through the playlist due to no headphones. You could try the latest flash and closing then re-opening the browser.

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    Flash is up to date on my laptop
    But I suspect that even if I got the cycling sorted, I would then get the other message about not being able to play the video because of the edu filter.

    I am sure that it is something stupid that I have done as it is similar (but not quite the same) in both my schools

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    If you are getting play lists cycling through videos with out actually playing it maybe that the video is hosted on googlevideo.com and that domain hasn't been unblocked. I had a similar issue and opening up googlevideo.com worked for me. I am still having issues with play lists and subscriptions showing when directing to youtube edu.

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    Got back to this issue today and ignoring the cycling, which I cannot identify the reason for, I am definitely getting the message about not being able to view the clips unless added to a playlist - but they are and the identifier is in the header.
    I have managed to get it working in my other school yesterday (no guarantee it will still be working when I get there of course) so yesterday I effectively started again here - following EXACTLY what I did in the other school - logging on and creating a new channel etc etc
    The school identifier is there and correct but still no joy
    I just wish I understoood what was going on.

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    Still struggling with this
    Deleted all channels and one account and started again.
    Channel identifier definitely there but still the same issue - vids won't play "with the education filter enabled"

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