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Flash crashes in Firefox but not Chrome

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For the last 6 months Flash has been crashing inside Firefox but works fine in Chrome. I have updated Flash each time there is a new update only to have it behave exactly the same. I have completely uninstalled Flash and reinstalled only to have it keep crashing in Firefox. I tried to completely remove Firefox and re-install with the same results. I have checked with Dell and I have the newest drivers for my machine (Dell Precision M6800). I am at a loss how to resolve this. I do not feel its a Flash issue because it works fine in Chrome. Somehow I am not able to completely uninstall everything related to Firefox to start completely clean. Is there some way to uninstall Firefox so there is absolutely no trace of any setting or registry entry related to Firefox?

For the last 6 months Flash has been crashing inside Firefox but works fine in Chrome. I have updated Flash each time there is a new update only to have it behave exactly the same. I have completely uninstalled Flash and reinstalled only to have it keep crashing in Firefox. I tried to completely remove Firefox and re-install with the same results. I have checked with Dell and I have the newest drivers for my machine (Dell Precision M6800). I am at a loss how to resolve this. I do not feel its a Flash issue because it works fine in Chrome. Somehow I am not able to completely uninstall everything related to Firefox to start completely clean. Is there some way to uninstall Firefox so there is absolutely no trace of any setting or registry entry related to Firefox?

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You may want to ask your question here; Adobe Support https://forums.adobe.com/community/flashplayer

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Thanks, I'll give that a try.

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Just so you know, Chrome uses its own built-in Flash player that operates separately from any other Flash Player that you may have installed on your computer. So it is definitely possible that Flash could be the culprit.