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    I have been having this problem since the last two Firefox updates (with 13.0.1, and now with 14.0.1)

    So far as I know, this problem seems to occur only with Youtube video clips..

    And it happens even with just one tab open and even just right after launching FF. (I mean its cache is not bloated yet.)

    This issue is not there with IE.

    My system: Windows 7 Home Edition, SP1

    Dell XPS 15 with plenty of memory, and barely 6 months old

    I have (always have had):

    The latest flash installed.

    McAfee (but no other third party software)

    Minimal list of extensions and plugins in Firefox.

    My FF plugin list:

    http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/171/firefoxpluginlistjuly.png/

    (Only extension is Performance Cache and only the Default Theme)

    What I have done to "solve" the issue:

    Uninstalled Flash completely (twice) including clearing all its old folders, etc. and them reinstalled the flash.

    Please suggest something other than disabling all FF add-ins and extensions (because as I have noted above, I have only a few of them, and I have read enough help forum posts complaining that this did not solve issues).

    Thanks.

    Image: [http://example.com http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/824/ff14scramblesyoutubecon.png/] I have been having this problem since the last two Firefox updates (with 13.0.1, and now with 14.0.1) So far as I know, this problem seems to occur only with Youtube video clips.. And it happens even with just one tab open and even just right after launching FF. (I mean its cache is not bloated yet.) This issue is not there with IE. My system: Windows 7 Home Edition, SP1 Dell XPS 15 with plenty of memory, and barely 6 months old I have (always have had): The latest flash installed. McAfee (but no other third party software) Minimal list of extensions and plugins in Firefox. My FF plugin list: [http://example.com http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/171/firefoxpluginlistjuly.png/] (Only extension is Performance Cache and only the Default Theme) What I have done to "solve" the issue: Uninstalled Flash completely (twice) including clearing all its old folders, etc. and them reinstalled the flash. Please suggest something other than disabling all FF add-ins and extensions (because as I have noted above, I have only a few of them, and I have read enough help forum posts complaining that this did not solve issues). Thanks.