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Flash Player Corrupts Firefox

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Some time last month Adobe updated Flash Player. Since then, with the exception of IE11, my browsers including Firefox do not display all sites in full. Some do not download at all but only result in an empty window. Firefox behaves this way even with the recent update it applied yesterday. This is a Windows 7 64-bit system. On certain pages I use regularly images do not show. Where the images serve as links I have to read fine print under them to keep them straight since I only see placeholders for the images. Lately, if that is the answer, I am thinking of reverting back to an earlier Flash Player. Is anyone having these problems?

Some time last month Adobe updated Flash Player. Since then, with the exception of IE11, my browsers including Firefox do not display all sites in full. Some do not download at all but only result in an empty window. Firefox behaves this way even with the recent update it applied yesterday. This is a Windows 7 64-bit system. On certain pages I use regularly images do not show. Where the images serve as links I have to read fine print under them to keep them straight since I only see placeholders for the images. Lately, if that is the answer, I am thinking of reverting back to an earlier Flash Player. Is anyone having these problems?

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  • Shockwave Flash 31.0 r0

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  • Chuỗi đại diện người dùng: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; Win64; x64; rv:62.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/62.0

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I am guessing that this wired additional router, which serves as an access point for my laser printer, may have caused a change I did not detect until now. Just like we should not plug too many appliances into the same wall outlet, I did not want too many devices plugged into my wireless router. Because of the ads I now see on some pages, I wish I did not go ahead and reset my browsers. I am still hunting on the Internet for some fix in either Chrome or Torch that I have not applied. Thanks again.

I am guessing that this wired additional router, which serves as an access point for my laser printer, may have caused a change I did not detect until now. Just like we should not plug too many appliances into the same wall outlet, I did not want too many devices plugged into my wireless router. Because of the ads I now see on some pages, I wish I did not go ahead and reset my browsers. I am still hunting on the Internet for some fix in either Chrome or Torch that I have not applied. Thanks again.

Người tạo câu hỏi

Growing impatient over my Microsoft abandoned thread, I decided to reset my IE11, since my Chromium browsers take their settings from Windows. Now my Chromium browsers, Chrome and Torch Browsers, work as they did before, showing all images. After the reset, I shut down and powered up again. For other users who experience the same problem, that is what did it.

Growing impatient over my Microsoft abandoned thread, I decided to reset my IE11, since my Chromium browsers take their settings from Windows. Now my Chromium browsers, Chrome and Torch Browsers, work as they did before, showing all images. After the reset, I shut down and powered up again. For other users who experience the same problem, that is what did it.