I've been experiencing issues when playing certain livestreams when using the Google Chrome web browser on my ASUS R500A laptop computer.
I got that computer back in July 2012 (and it was pre-loaded with Windows 7 Home Premium. It has since been upgraded to Windows 10 Home) and I didn't had any problems in general whatsoever.
However, When I tried to view the livestreams on my computer (i.e. Channels from Canada such TSN, CTV, Global, CP24, etc.), it gives me this message:
"We’ve detected an incompatibility to your Chrome flash player.
For optimum viewing experience, please change your default settings as explained " here"
and enable Adobe Flash or use another supported browser."
I have the Ublock ad-blocking tool installed on my browser and I've tried disabling it - with no success. The Adobe Flash Player plugin was up-to-date along with the Google Chrome web browser.
I've also tried uninstalling and re-installing the Google Chrome browser, but with no success. So far, re-installing my laptop computer - just to fix this particular issue is currently not an option.
To summarize, even though that I have the up to date web browser and plugin, I always get that "incompatibility message". I've attached a message of that for illustration purposes.
I also have a similar case for my Acer Aspire desktop that I bought recently (June 2015) and it was able to play successfully and also to cast through the use of the ChromeCast add-on. In case of my laptop, I have to view in another web browser (i.e. Firefox) just to display the live stream!
I simply don't want the hassle of using one computer from one room and then cast into another room - just to watch live streams!
Have you folks have the same or very similar situation as mine and if so, how do you solve it?