If you see the message “Undefined”, “The video is currently unavailable” or “An error occurred. Please try again later”, which is inside an empty Flash player, that’s a sign of “time-out” or “run-time” error. Problems like that are usually due to your ISP (Internet Service Provider), YouTube or a network link between the two of them which is trying to carry YouTube’s Flash transmissions onto your computer.
Make sure you’ve the latest version of flash player and browser, also microphone or speakers are plugged in. Here are some solution you can apply to fix these errors on YouTube.
How to Fix Error Please Try Again Later in YouTube
Solution #1. Refresh Webpage
Press F5 on keyboard to refresh YouTube video URLs.
Solution #2. DNS settings
Go to Control Panel > Network and Internet > Network and Sharing Center > Local Area Connection > Properties and click on “Internet Protocal Version 4 (TCP/IPv4).
Tap on “Use the following DNS server addresses and enter the following values, click Ok.
IPv6 DNS settings
Solution #3. HTML5
The new Firefox uses ffmped by default, instead of gstreamer. Open new tab in firefox and type about:config, hit enter. A warning will appear “This might void your warranty”, click on “I’ll be careful, I promise” and search this line ‘media.fragmented-mp4.gmp.enabled’ and set it to ‘False’.
Solution #4. Cache and Cookies
Delete cache and cookies from your browser settings.
Solution #5. Date and Time
Double click on the time in the bottom right of the screen, go to Internet time and click update now, once it synchronize successfully reload YouTube page.
Solution #6. Change Resolution
On the “errored video”, pause it and choose one of the several resolutions proposed by YouTube player 720p, 480p, 360p, 240p etc. Verify that the resolution has been changed on the button.
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