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Firefox 13.01 Update - Flash Player still crashing

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Have installed the Update about an hour ago but have had 2 notifications since that the Flash Player has crashed.

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cdd2ea1c-eab4-44d2-b4e9-ae28b2120616

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  • User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:13.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/13.0.1

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Question owner

Thanks cor-el. Tried that before & have tried again but it will not let me - says The installation encountered errors....is not the most current version. Was not this update supposed to solve this problem without needing further user fixes?

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Question owner

Problem seems to be getting worse since updating from Firefox 13.0 to 13.01. Flash Player crashed 3 times in the 24 hours prior to updating but has crashed 7 times in 6 hours since on checking About:Crashes. At least the system only sticks for a few seconds at each crash & restores itself but it is annoying.

Bullo_802 0 solutions 3 answers

Same problem! I did the update Firefox 1.13 still the same concerns. Thank you for correcting the problem of flash in Firefox!

cor-el
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Try to update to Firefox 13.0.1

The crashes with the [@ LdrShutdownProcess ] signature should be fixed in that version (Bug 747683).

Modified by cor-el

Busby 0 solutions 21 answers

There are multiple threads on here about this problem.. I spent over an hour myself trying to find a solution, and in the end I used the suggestion on Abobe's site here - disabling the download feature in Realplayer.

Hope this helps..

Bullo_802 0 solutions 3 answers

Image on Firefox 13.0.1

Even doing the update still the same worries. I have even reinstall Windows 7 still the same trouble. This is a bug in Firefox!

Busby 0 solutions 21 answers

Did you disable the download feature in Realplayer?

Bullo_802 0 solutions 3 answers

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On my PC I didn't even have Real Player!

Question owner

I have the Download add-on disabled, the 13.01 update installed & Flash Player still crashes - last time 5 minutes ago.

Busby 0 solutions 21 answers

I would suggest you install an earlier version on Flash described elsewhere on these forums, until they get a proper fix for it. That's what I did the first time, but I forgot to tell it not to update its self, so finished up where I started!

Install the earlier version and tell it to ask before updating..

lucky97 0 solutions 9 answers

Flash player is crashing constantly throughout the day on my computer and has been for the last three or four days. What's going on?

Question owner

Have tried installing Flash 11.2 as mentioned above but after downloading it, it wont let me as it is out of date. There are suggestions elsewhere to try 10.3 & I may try that next.

cor-el
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Try to uninstall the current Flash player if you can't install the older version.

You can try the Flash 11.2 player that you can download via this link:

See also:

MozillaFirefox911 0 solutions 129 answers

flash is having many issues with mozilla. it is imperative that the two work together to make things work.


...how?

Question owner

Very strange - have had no crashes today (so far!) after 13 yesterday although some YouTube videos that played yesterday won't today? Have not changed anything today. In the meantime I have downloaded Chrome! - quite like it so far although early days.

Busby 0 solutions 21 answers

Yes, unfortunatly I've invested a lot of time in Firefox with a load of bookmarks and addons, so I will have to bear with it until its sorted..

kk_chiu 0 solutions 1 answers

Firefox 13.01 crashed with latest Adobe Flash, downgrade the Flash to the following did fix the problem:

http://fpdownload.macromedia.com/pub/flashplayer/current/licensing/win/install_flash_player_11_plugin_32bit.exe

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Busby 0 solutions 21 answers

Yes, but the only problem is that Flash will keep trying to update its self - I had that problem - it did the update its self then I was back to square one!

cor-el
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You can disable the update.

Flash Global Notifications Settings Panel: