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[Deferred] Third Party Players

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  1. AliceWyman 4163 posts
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    This revision is a big change to the article. It needs discussion and probably some references (such as links to forum threads), before it can be approved.

    Revision id: 18525
    Created: Nov 9, 2011 4:15:34 AM
    Creator: oogle 
    

    Third Party Players
    
    Softwares that comes with your DVD player sometimes contain Third Party Players like Nero Show Time which will clash with your Adobe Flash Player. You need to uninstall the third party player before your Adobe Flash player will work properly. This problem is unique with Firefox and it doesn't affect IE 8.0 and 9.0 for the Adobe Flash Player will work properly without an issue.
    
    This revision is a big change to the article. It needs discussion and probably some references (such as links to forum threads), before it can be approved. Revision id: 18525 Created: Nov 9, 2011 4:15:34 AM Creator: oogle ----- Third Party Players Softwares that comes with your DVD player sometimes contain Third Party Players like Nero Show Time which will clash with your Adobe Flash Player. You need to uninstall the third party player before your Adobe Flash player will work properly. This problem is unique with Firefox and it doesn't affect IE 8.0 and 9.0 for the Adobe Flash Player will work properly without an issue.
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  2. AliceWyman 4163 posts
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    I'll defer the revision and link to this discussion in the notification.

    I'll defer the revision and link to this discussion in the notification.
  3. Antheta 0 posts
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    Ok here is a solution that actually works I have tested it and so far for two hours straight playing Flash games I have not received a crash report once. First open up your plug ins menu and locate the Java plugins. If these are out of date disable them. This fix worked completely for me. If they are not out of date try it anyway it may still work. It seems the out of date Java script clashes with the up to date Flash.

    Ok here is a solution that actually works I have tested it and so far for two hours straight playing Flash games I have not received a crash report once. First open up your plug ins menu and locate the Java plugins. If these are out of date disable them. This fix worked completely for me. If they are not out of date try it anyway it may still work. It seems the out of date Java script clashes with the up to date Flash.