How to stop the message "the quicktime plugin has crashed"? I need to overide it
It's a "false positive" on an internal HTTP system we use. It may be crashing but it doesn't stop me using the webpage, and it's annoying having it popup everytime.
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I think your Quick Time plugin is outdated, you can try reinstalling the newer version or you can make the plugin deactivated(follow the below steps):
- Under the "Firefox" menu, click on "Addons"
- Under "Plugins" category find the "Quick Time" plugin
- And using the drop down list in right of it select "Never Activate".
When I try to update Quicktime from the Apple website, nothing happens, I think it's being blocked and there's no option to download anything.
When I go to view my Add-ons, Quicktime isn't in there!
Hello str1der, see also : Update Firefox to the latest version