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Hello to all, I have a Windows 10 computer and 64-bit Nvidia graphics card GTX 970, with operating system, drivers and firefox all updated. No plugins and add-ons. I have a problem with flash player video with Firefox (no problem with other browsers) classical screen "is a crash occurred in the Adobe Flash plugin" appears.

Several forum say try to remove hardware acceleration. In Firefox options I tried to uncheck the hardware acceleration, but then when I check on Flash Player window settings, hardware acceleration check box is always enabled and if I click to remove the tick is not selectable.

I also tried it in about: config setting true: gfx.direct2d.disabled layers.acceleration.disabled and then re-initialize the plugins database, reinstalling Flash, but the hardware acceleration check box is always enabled, no chance 'to deselect.

Important: If I uninstall Flash, the video works.

There 's a way to use flash?

Thank you.

A. Veneziano

Hello to all, I have a Windows 10 computer and 64-bit Nvidia graphics card GTX 970, with operating system, drivers and firefox all updated. No plugins and add-ons. I have a problem with flash player video with Firefox (no problem with other browsers) classical screen "is a crash occurred in the Adobe Flash plugin" appears. Several forum say try to remove hardware acceleration. In Firefox options I tried to uncheck the hardware acceleration, but then when I check on Flash Player window settings, hardware acceleration check box is always enabled and if I click to remove the tick is not selectable. I also tried it in about: config setting true: gfx.direct2d.disabled layers.acceleration.disabled and then re-initialize the plugins database, reinstalling Flash, but the hardware acceleration check box is always enabled, no chance 'to deselect. Important: If I uninstall Flash, the video works. There 's a way to use flash? Thank you. A. Veneziano

Additional System Details

Installed Plug-ins

  • 5.1.41212.0

Application

  • User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64; rv:45.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/45.0

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FredMcD
  • Top 10 Contributor
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Without flash, a clip could not play. However, many websites now use the html5player.

See if any of these links can help; https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/search?w=1&q=html5+player

Without flash, a clip could not play. However, many websites now use the html5player. See if any of these links can help; https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/search?w=1&q=html5+player