Solved cant load plug in Tags: Mac OS X Flash Drive Last response: June 30, 2013 6:50 PM in Mac Os X Share vernonsturdavant June 30, 2013 6:06:49 PM ok I have reinstalled my flash drive and closed all unused items a and force quit everything still say cant load plug ins when I try to play vids More about : load plug Reply to vernonsturdavant Best solution ur6beersaway June 30, 2013 6:50:30 PM Disable all your flash plug-in and enable them again. Or try updating your Java? Reply to ur6beersaway Share Ask the community Post an answer Related resources Solvedcant load plug in Forum SolvedCan't find where to plug in the AC'97 wire, help please! Forum SolvedPlug in usb, WINDOWS 7 won't load Forum SolvedCan't identify EATX12v plug from Kingwin psu. Forum SolvedIf your Ethernet internal port plug in is bad,and you can't hookup to the internet,is that expensive to have fix. Forum I bought this usb hard drive so that I could load films on to it to watch at my caravan I want to plug it into my TV and wa Forum SolvedCant access good data hdd plug in laptop Forum SolvedCan't figure out where to plug in case front panel connector Forum SolvedI can't get a picture out of any monitor I plug in Forum SolvedCan't load HP setup disc for 32bit hp printer on 64bit HP note book, any ideas please Forum SolvedCan't plug power supply in? Forum SolvedCan't find a slot on my graphics card to plug in PCI-E from Power Supply Forum SolvedCant find USB plug in for Corsair 300R case. Forum I cant connect to the internet when i plug my ethernet cable from my xDSL/cable modem to my Edimax router. I did all the instr Forum SolvedCan't load my updated website on one computer on one network Forum SolvedI can't load a particular website Forum HDD problem - system restart when the windows(7) load . and when i plug it into another mobo it works as secondary HDD but !!! Forum Plug in my device but my PC can't read it Forum Can't find PCI-E plug from PSU to plug into motherboard. Forum Can't see my external hardrive when I plug it in. Forum More resources Read discussions in other Mac Os X categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security !