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I run:

Ubuntu 12.04 LTS x86_64

Chrome Version 25.0.1323.1 dev

With the previous Crome's version (Chrome Version 24.0.1312.2 dev) I had general problems with videos, but I was able to see the images and texts .

Today I updated to 25.0.1323.1 dev and now some videos have good sound but no images .

So far I found the worst issue in specific videos, if not maximized. Otherwise (if video is maximized/in fullscreen) the precedent behavior continue.


  • am I the only one with such issue?
  • there is some Chrome version that does not have this problem (stable may be)?

Thank you

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If you don't want to getting errors, you must use stable version not dev versions.

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Thank you. Is it better to download the 32 or 64 bit version? – max_devjs Nov 13 '12 at 22:44
According to your system's architecture,you must download 32 or 64-Bit version. If your system is 32-Bit,You must download 32-Bit version. or 64-Bit download 64 Bit. For learn it, look at uname -a output at the terminel. If it say x86_64,your system is 64-Bit... – Hckr Nov 13 '12 at 22:54
Of course, thank you. Actually I am back to Ubuntu after some years and I thought it was still preferable to choose a 32-Bit version of some applications. – max_devjs Nov 14 '12 at 3:46

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