“Why is YouTube Vanced not Installing?,” asked a few of my friends while they were browsing YouTube one day. My friend clicked on the” Preferences” link in the upper left corner and then he or she tried to click “Add Friend.” Just like magic, nothing happened! Just like that, YouTube did not appear on their browser, because they were not added as a friend!
I understand that this scenario is probably very typical for most Internet users. But, I still wonder why YouTube did not appear on the browser when they clicked the “Add Friend” button. Well, I think it’s because they (or Google) made some mistake while they were doing the registration process. You see, you have to register your account using your real name. Not using your real name will cause problems in other areas of your browser, because Google is using your IP address (which is a way to identify you).
If you are not using your real name, YouTube will use your geographic location. For example, if you live in Texas and have friends living in New York, whenever someone clicks on the link to YouTube, the browser will automatically try to find a way to connect to that IP address. Google did not give you any control over this, so you will have to deal with it. In order to fix this problem, I recommend that you either use a different IP address or simply download an app that allows you to bypass YouTube’s connection issues.
What’s more, when you tried to go to YouTube, it returned an error message saying that the program cannot connect to YouTube. This is quite funny considering that YouTube is one of the most popular sites online where people share videos. So, why is YouTube Vanced not installs? Because a glitch caused the system to think that you are trying to download movies from an external source when in fact, you were just trying to view some video clips from your own device.
When this error message popped up, I immediately suspected that I was not running the latest version of Internet Explorer. Since the browser was already using the Windows XP platform, it was only logical that it would try to use the same system as well. However, since I was still trying to figure out why is YouTube Vanced not installing, I thought I might as well just use the default browser that comes with the system. Unfortunately, that version of the browser does not support YouTube, at least not currently.
Fortunately, there are other solutions to this problem. There is actually an easy way to get around YouTube if you have an older version of Internet Explorer. It’s called “HTTPS bypass” and it has been created by a group of software engineers. If you are having problems with YouTube, it is highly recommended that you take advantage of this software because it will allow you to watch the video clips on an alternate browser without actually having to uninstall and reinstall the browser.
To use this method, you first need to download Ad-Aware Safety Deluxe. This is a piece of software that is designed to detect adware, spyware, and any other malicious software that may be on your computer. After you have downloaded this software, it will run a scan of your computer’s registry. Once it detects any malicious codes, it will then show you a list of all of the files that the browser could possibly be downloading.
Simply click on the Skip button next to the YouTube video that you want to play. When you find the file, you can then select All Programs or Add/Remove Programs. On the add or remove programs window, you will need to click the option Remove all files or components. Once you have completed this step, you should see a new icon on your desktop or menu bar for Ad-Aware Safety Deluxe. You will then be able to click the program to load the software. You should see the video file loading up on your PC, as well as the YouTube video player.