Can no longer download You Tube videos

  Dipso 21:25 25 Jan 2008

Am I the only one with this issue? I noticed a couple of months ago that I could no longer download videos from Youtube using my usual VDownloader tool. I wasn't aware of making any changes but have seen a post in Helproom about save2PC so thought I would try that and still can't get it to work.

I get these errors with VDownloader -

"This is not a valid address otr the video is not available"

"An error occured video can't be downloaded"

"Vdownloader not responding"

and with save2pc

"Access violation at address XXXXXXXX in module save2pc_light.exe REad of address FFFFFFFF"

I have also tried a newer version of VDownloader, running as Administrator and in XP compat mode but no joy...any ideas anyone?

  skidzy 08:54 26 Jan 2008

Hi Dipso,sorry not much of a help really as i do not download Youtube videos,but does this help click here

  Dipso 09:40 26 Jan 2008

Thanks for the suggestion skidzy but no joy with that either. I get this click here

I think I will do some more inverstigating using an alternative browser and see if that makes a difference.

  Dipso 10:57 26 Jan 2008

Just tried using Firefox, same problem. Will try my other machines and see if I get the same result from them, both run XP rather than Vista.

  rdave13 13:22 26 Jan 2008

Try this one, you tube downloader; click here also download the update.

  Dipso 14:56 26 Jan 2008

Thanks I will try that and let you know how I get on :)

  Dipso 15:23 26 Jan 2008

I didn't think it was going to work as I got a Not Responding message for a few seconds but then after allowing the program through the firewall it worked perfectly.

Thanks for that rdave13...the conversion tool is very handy too!

  Razorfish 21:37 28 Jan 2008

no need of any program guys
just use
click here

It's very easy to download youtube videos with only one click.

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