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 Ask the community Post an answer Related resources : ForumSolvedcant load plug in ForumI 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 ForumSolvedPlug in usb, WINDOWS 7 won't load ForumSolvedCan't figure out where to plug in case front panel connector ForumSolvedI can't get a picture out of any monitor I plug in ForumSolvedCan't plug power supply in? ForumSolvedCan't find a slot on my graphics card to plug in PCI-E from Power Supply ForumSolvedCant find USB plug in for Corsair 300R case. ForumHDD problem - system restart when the windows(7) load . and when i plug it into another mobo it works as secondary HDD but !!! ForumIf your Ethernet internal port plug in is bad,and you can't hookup to the internet,is that expensive to have fix. ForumCan't find where to plug case fans into mobo ForumCan't get my 3570k processor back to it's original over-clock after USB plug in made it shut off? ForumCant access good data hdd plug in laptop Forumcan i plug them or can't????????? ForumSolvedThis morning "can't load properly" ForumSolvedComputer will not load webpages, but is connected. I can ping any website, just cant load them. ForumSolvedNew HDD can't load OS ForumSolvedCan't figure out where to plug in the power switch connectors ForumCan't plug HD Audio and USB 2.0 cable header into motherboard!? ForumI just bought a used gaming pc but when i plug in the usb wifi adapter i cant connect to the internet. I put in my password an More resources Read discussions in other Mac Os X categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security !