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Apr 4 2013, 10:31am Anchor

A month ago there was a problem where I couldn't listen to music in ModDB (Original thread: Moddb.com) It was fixed some days after the problem began, but it seems like this problem returned, since april 2nd I can't listen to music in ModDB (the tracks don't load).

Is someone else also having this problem? Does someone know how to fix it? Does it only happens on Google Chrome?

PS: I only created a new thread because i couldn't update the old one.

Henley
Henley the sun never sets on the eternally cool
Apr 4 2013, 8:49pm Anchor

Install the h.264 codec on your PC. Give it another go.

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Apr 5 2013, 2:49pm Anchor

I'm having the same problem. I also asked few people if it works for them, but it doesn't.
Music worked for me around 4th March, but i didn't try playing anything again until recently.
Regular videos work without any problems.

Apr 5 2013, 7:55pm Anchor
Henley wrote:Install the h.264 codec on your PC. Give it another go.

I checked and I already have this codec. It is a video codec, videos (both from ModDB and YouTube) work perfectly, the problem is in the audio tracks from ModDB, they don't even load the buttons inside it (play, hd, share, etc).

I checked again to see if it worked in another browser and it also didn't work (I used Internet Explorer 8 ), when this problem first happened in early march it was only happening in chrome and wasn't happening in IE, now this problem happens in both of them.

mevitar wrote:I'm having the same problem. I also asked few people if it works for them, but it doesn't.
Music worked for me around 4th March, but i didn't try playing anything again until recently.
Regular videos work without any problems.

Yeah, the problem began either march 3 or 4 and it lasted until march 9 when it got fixed, now it is back. :(

April 9 Edit:
Well, it seems like the problem stopped, and it is april 9th, it lasted more or less the same period of time as before. (From 3-4 until 8-9, last month it was also 3-4 until 8-9) Should I expect it to happen again next month? xD

Edited by: BioDestroyer

Apr 10 2013, 7:23am Anchor

It's also working for me now.

Henley
Henley the sun never sets on the eternally cool
Apr 10 2013, 7:53pm Anchor
BioDestroyer wrote:
Henley wrote:Install the h.264 codec on your PC. Give it another go.

I checked and I already have this codec. It is a video codec, videos (both from ModDB and YouTube) work perfectly, the problem is in the audio tracks from ModDB, they don't even load the buttons inside it (play, hd, share, etc).

I checked again to see if it worked in another browser and it also didn't work (I used Internet Explorer 8 ), when this problem first happened in early march it was only happening in chrome and wasn't happening in IE, now this problem happens in both of them.

mevitar wrote:I'm having the same problem. I also asked few people if it works for them, but it doesn't.
Music worked for me around 4th March, but i didn't try playing anything again until recently.
Regular videos work without any problems.

Yeah, the problem began either march 3 or 4 and it lasted until march 9 when it got fixed, now it is back. :(

April 9 Edit:
Well, it seems like the problem stopped, and it is april 9th, it lasted more or less the same period of time as before. (From 3-4 until 8-9, last month it was also 3-4 until 8-9) Should I expect it to happen again next month? xD


We did a media backend upgrade a few days ago so it might be coupled with the move.

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Apr 21 2013, 7:09pm Anchor

I am experiencing this problem now, although I didn't have it before. The player is there for 0.1 seconds, but unclickable and it vanishes after that, leaving a black empty space behind, so I cannot hear the audio.

EDIT:: 3 days after this post it worked again, but now after I emptied the cache in Firefox, etc., it doesn't work again. Seriously, what is this?

Edited by: Evulant

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