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adobe flash keep crashing , i tried installing again and still get crashing , i run firefox in safe mode with adds on disabled but still crashing , can you help

unable to play any video or watch you tube , as soon as i pressed play ,adobe crached , reloading page several times and still not working

Asked by sam elchami 5 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by FredMcD 5 iminyaka edlule

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Firefox tells me i need to update flash player but it wont

i have tried over and over to update my flashplayer but it wont update,i have goe to the adobe site and downloaded it several times but it still says im not up to date. … (funda kabanzi)

i have tried over and over to update my flashplayer but it wont update,i have goe to the adobe site and downloaded it several times but it still says im not up to date. im on linux cinnamon mint 17

Asked by TCSoccer21 5 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by cor-el 5 iminyaka edlule

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Adobe Flash crashes endlessly, reset or update does no good

I have dealt with this for years. I have "reset" Firefox numerous times, I have uninstalled Adobe Flash and reinstalled version 16.0.0.235. After I uninstalled and update… (funda kabanzi)

I have dealt with this for years. I have "reset" Firefox numerous times, I have uninstalled Adobe Flash and reinstalled version 16.0.0.235. After I uninstalled and updated it ran for a while but I am back to the "Flash is busy" message. The only way I can go on is to stop the plug in, or disable it, but of course then I have no video. I installed "Videowithoutflash" (I think that was the name of it listed with Firefox extension and highly reviewed, and it all ran fine for about a day. But then the next day no videos would play unless I enabled flash, and then it soon starts crashing again. This is a problem for years now. I have been through many forums trying to find an answer, nothing works, or if it does not for long. Is there not some way to get rid of Adobe Flash and play videos? Are there any browsers that don't use flash for viewing videos? Help! Thanks in advance Bill

Asked by BillyBob58 5 iminyaka edlule

Answered by FredMcD 5 iminyaka edlule

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I can't watch videos on Netflix only when I use Firefox

I used to be able to watch videos on netflix no problem using firefox but now when I click on a video it just takes me to a blank black screen. Everything is up to date s… (funda kabanzi)

I used to be able to watch videos on netflix no problem using firefox but now when I click on a video it just takes me to a blank black screen. Everything is up to date so I don't think that's it. When I use a different browser like Chrome or IE it works fine. How do I fix this?

Asked by Gray1031 5 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by cor-el 5 iminyaka edlule

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Shockwave constantly crashes (which messes up videos)

I've looked over other people's similar questions and found no help in any. I've disabled Hardware acceleration and everything is up to date. Videos freeze and then the s… (funda kabanzi)

I've looked over other people's similar questions and found no help in any.

I've disabled Hardware acceleration and everything is up to date.

Videos freeze and then the stupid crash message tells me to stop the Shockwave Plug-in. If I continue it will freeze the browser until the crash error pops again.

This has been happening for over a week now out of nowhere.

I had the same problem several months back but it went away somehow.

Asked by Exodus007 5 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by FredMcD 5 iminyaka edlule

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Firefox crashes

I was in the forum and one answer said to copy and paste the crash reports that started with bp....here they are bp-93de415f-3e71-46b6-b23e-bf8df2141031 10/31/2014 7:12 … (funda kabanzi)

I was in the forum and one answer said to copy and paste the crash reports that started with bp....here they are bp-93de415f-3e71-46b6-b23e-bf8df2141031 10/31/2014 7:12 PM bp-0b8b318b-6052-48ce-a7da-bb0da2141031 10/31/2014 7:12 PM

Asked by eternally_happy 5 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by cor-el 5 iminyaka edlule

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Adobe Flash Player missing, even though I updated multiple times.

Hi, While I was browsing through a website I commonly use, an error popped up telling me I had to update or get a flash player to play a song. This was not normal due to … (funda kabanzi)

Hi, While I was browsing through a website I commonly use, an error popped up telling me I had to update or get a flash player to play a song. This was not normal due to the fact I updated Adobe Flash less than a week ago to the latest version from their official website, because of the same problem. I proceeded to the Adobe Flash website and, because I was unable to find any other solution, installed the player again, guessing there was a newer version.

Meanwhile, before installing the "newer" version, I tried the same link on the other browsers I had -- Google Chrome and Internet Explorer. Surprisingly, it worked. However, I prefer firefox so I am still trying to solve this problem.

The installer told me to close firefox, so I did. After what seemed like a successful installation, I opened Firefox again and re-tried the link, as well as a few others. The same message popped up, and it was NOT an ad - I am perfectly capable of recognizing a website message from an ad. I then went on another website, and the following message popped up: "Adobe Flash Player is out of date. Please update. Current version: 0.0.0"

Surprised from all of this, I proceeded to check my Flash Player. I did so on multiple websites, and they all gave the same answers - that my flash player is missing. That is quite strange, taking the fact I updated it a week ago, and 15 minutes before checking it. What I have also noticed, is that I am still capable of opening youtube videos and listening to some songs. That is about all I am currently capable of doing.

I don't want to change my browser, since I've used Firefox for a long time and prefer it in front of other browsers. Please help me leave it that way. I've never had this happen to me. Thanks in advance. ~ Trif

In case needed, the website I was listening songs from was SoundCloud. www.soundcloud.com

Asked by Trif 5 iminyaka edlule

Answered by Wesley Branton 5 iminyaka edlule

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Flash player plugin 16.0.0.235 is disabled by Firefox 34. Busy cursor blinking constantly when the plugin is activated and used.

The flash plugin is up to date (16.0.0.235 for Windows). Firefox disables it for some reason. Youtube videos somehow can play while it's disabled (how?). When I activate … (funda kabanzi)

The flash plugin is up to date (16.0.0.235 for Windows). Firefox disables it for some reason. Youtube videos somehow can play while it's disabled (how?). When I activate it and go to a youtube video, the cursor blinks with the busy circle continously and firefox doesn't respond unless I close the youtube tab. What's going on?

Tried uninstalling and reinstalling flash player and firefox but that didnt fix the issue.

Asked by annab0leyn 5 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by annab0leyn 5 iminyaka edlule

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Suddenly Firefox has stopped working, whether I type the url or hit a bookmark. Why? This is very frustrating

hi about 2 days ago ff stopped working. i type an address into the usual window like i've done a million times, hit enter, and nothing happens. i click on a bookmark… (funda kabanzi)

hi about 2 days ago ff stopped working. i type an address into the usual window like i've done a million times, hit enter, and nothing happens. i click on a bookmark, the url shows up in the address window, but nothing happens. there are maybe 3 bookmarks that still work, and all the rest are duds. auto-complete still works, but firefox refuses to take to the address. i get a lot of "flash crashes" (thanks, adobe) so i recently updated flash, and that started the problem. this is why i distrust updates. (for the record, i keep current with firefox updates, even though it is still bloatware that uses 2 GB just to run 3 windows. anyway, any help you could offer would be most... helpful! (not sure why my exclamation points are printing as open-brackets, but hey, whatever, that's the internet) thanks, tim

Asked by TIMSPORES 5 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by John99 5 iminyaka edlule

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Flash player 16.0.0.235 doesnt work on firefox 34

Firefox 34 disables the up to date flash player. If I enable it manually and try to view flash content, the cursors blinks with the busy symbol until I close the tab that… (funda kabanzi)

Firefox 34 disables the up to date flash player. If I enable it manually and try to view flash content, the cursors blinks with the busy symbol until I close the tab that has the flash content. I also noticed that there are no flash plugin processes running on task manager, so it seems like somehow firefox fails to start them.

Have tried reinstalling both flash and firefox but it made no difference. Flash works normally on chrome. Please help!

Asked by annab0leyn 5 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by FredMcD 5 iminyaka edlule

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Ramdisk Adobe Flash content

Adobe Flash videos (YouTube etc.) stutter and freeze for a half of a second every now and then. This didn't happen when the cache was saved to my disk. memory Number of e… (funda kabanzi)

Adobe Flash videos (YouTube etc.) stutter and freeze for a half of a second every now and then. This didn't happen when the cache was saved to my disk.

memory

Number of entries: 227 Maximum storage size: 32768 KiB Storage in use: 1982 KiB Storage disk location: none, only stored in memory List Cache Entries

disk

Number of entries: 5034 Maximum storage size: 1024000 KiB Storage in use: 50169 KiB Storage disk location: Z:\FF_cache\cache2 List Cache Entries

appcache

Number of entries: 131 Maximum storage size: 512000 KiB Storage in use: 3237 KiB Storage disk location: Z:\FF_cache\OfflineCache List Cache Entries

Asked by nicoX 5 iminyaka edlule

Answered by ideato 5 iminyaka edlule

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Проблема с Flash

Самопроизвольно происходит крах плагина Самопроизвольно закрывается браузер При открывании окна со страницы (например onclick="window.open()") происходит закрытие браузер… (funda kabanzi)

Самопроизвольно происходит крах плагина

Самопроизвольно закрывается браузер

При открывании окна со страницы (например onclick="window.open()") происходит закрытие браузера, при чём он остаётся в процессах.

Решение: Использование версии не выше 30.0


Translated:
The problem with Flash

Spontaneously collapses plugin

Spontaneously closes browser

When opening a window from a page (for example the onclick = "window.open()") comes close, when what he remains in the processes.

Solution: Use version below 30.0

Asked by valek04 5 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by valek04 5 iminyaka edlule

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i am using cent os 6.5 with firefox 31.1.0 ..Now i am facing big problem for adding flash palyer in firefox browser.So how to install flash player ?

i am using cent os 6.5 with firefox 31.1.0 ..Now i am facing big problem for adding flash palyer in firefox browser.So how to install flash player ? i did manually using… (funda kabanzi)

i am using cent os 6.5 with firefox 31.1.0 ..Now i am facing big problem for adding flash palyer in firefox browser.So how to install flash player ? i did manually using RPM package ..but not supported in firefox ...i tried all possibilities using forums ..

Asked by Manbumihu Manavan 5 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by James 5 iminyaka edlule

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Youtube videos randomly not working

Hey, ive read some other threads but didnt notice anything that solves the problem. So yeah, recently, like 3 days ago or so, youtube videos started randomly not loading.… (funda kabanzi)

Hey, ive read some other threads but didnt notice anything that solves the problem. So yeah, recently, like 3 days ago or so, youtube videos started randomly not loading. I mostly use youtube to play music, got my own playlist, but now the songs try to load for like 10 seconds or so and then skip to other song. Tried playing a song not as a part of playlist, but a separate video. Tried to load, but eventually got error. On read more there were few suggestions, ive tried them all, nothing changed. Deleted cookies and cache. Tried playing firefox in safemode, then youtube videos work fine. btw, i guess i should mention, that i use adblock plus so that i could play the playlist and not get those 10 minute ads between every song. if i manually disable adblock, nothing changes mostly. Though 1 time the video started with an ad before the song but only once. if anyone could help me i would appreciate it. If u need any more info ask away :) (so far it seems like only videos from my playlist fail to load)

Asked by Lethos 5 iminyaka edlule

Answered by guigs 5 iminyaka edlule

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Firefox crashes

every day it crashes more than 20-25times on Facebook on Youtube on Google search on forums on online games Even at Mozilla Suport !!! http://prntscr.com/5ls18a … (funda kabanzi)

every day it crashes more than 20-25times on Facebook on Youtube on Google search on forums on online games Even at Mozilla Suport !!!

http://prntscr.com/5ls18a   

if anyone can help me i would be thankfull

here is the reports

http://prntscr.com/5ls3gl

Asked by Kim88nas 5 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by FredMcD 5 iminyaka edlule

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Asks to install jave continually

Click on a web that needs java ... get the popup - activate plugin ... I agree Then it says Plugin out of date and takes me to Oracle site and downloads installer Run &… (funda kabanzi)

Click on a web that needs java ... get the popup - activate plugin ... I agree Then it says Plugin out of date and takes me to Oracle site and downloads installer Run & install .... Start browser again .... go to site Tells me plugin is needed - install plugin ... I select yes Then get popup to 'run java runtime environment' I accept Then I get popup 'plugin not available' do I want manual install I select yes and it takes back to Oracle web site and it starts all over again.

Keeps going around the loop.

This is on PC version W64 sp1 Firefox ver 34.0.5

Asked by sargan 5 iminyaka edlule

Answered by FredMcD 5 iminyaka edlule

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One solution to Flash Plugin hanging or crashing issues.

hey guys, i wasnt sure where i could put this info, i have discovered some info regarding the "FLASH PLAYER PLUGIN." that doesnt seem to be documented on any kb article … (funda kabanzi)

hey guys, i wasnt sure where i could put this info, i have discovered some info regarding the "FLASH PLAYER PLUGIN." that doesnt seem to be documented on any kb article or support thread, so hopefully one of you will be able to help getting this submitted. obviously this wont fix everyone's problem, but it should be included.

THE PROBLEM::

Flash Player Hanging or Crashing (unable to watch flash/video content) Script has become unresponsive error message when trying to view flash/video content

THE SOLUTION:

a possible cause to this problem is that you have lost permissions to the file directory where flash is actually stored. without these permissions you will be unable to properly utilize the flash plugin on firefox.

to fix the problem we will need to update the security settings on the flash directory.

for 32 bit machines: C:\Windows\system32\Macromed\Flash

for 64 bit machines: C:\Windows\SysWOW64\Macromed\Flash

navigate to the \Macromed\ folder and right click on the flash folder and select properties. click on the security tab at the top of this box then on the advanced button at the bottom of this box. after navigating to this screen, you will need to click change permissions. first make sure there is no deny statement which is denying access to this folder, if one exists, remove it. second make sure that the name "Everyone" has the abilty to read and execute, to do this: click on everyone, then edit. next, select: apply any changes to: "This folder, subfolders, and files." this is at the top of the edit box. after you click ok to the changes you made, you will need to enable the option: "Replace all child object permissions with inheritable permissions from this object." now click the apply button, then ok button. now check to see if firefox is working.


if you find that you are unable to change these permissions, then you lost access to the parent folders as well and they are replacing child object permissions. you will need to apply the solution above to the parent folder that is overriding the permissions. this will either be: \system32\ or \SysWOW64\ depending on your machine or possibly even the \Windows\ folder.

If you find that these parent folders indeed had their permissions lost, then you have likely acquired some malware. You should download Malwarebytes Anti-Malware and do an update and full scan.

Asked by Obscvred 5 iminyaka edlule

Answered by FredMcD 5 iminyaka edlule

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Why does Firefox cause my system audio to function improperly?

Recently (since yesterday to be precise), I've had strange audio issues. What happens is audio works fine, but after a while it won't play all of the sounds it's trying t… (funda kabanzi)

Recently (since yesterday to be precise), I've had strange audio issues. What happens is audio works fine, but after a while it won't play all of the sounds it's trying to. This happens on a system wide level, as in clicking the global audio volume mixer won't always play a sound when clicked. I don't mean it plays and shows the sound playing yet no sound is heard; it straight up doesn't play the sound. Audio won't play on YouTube videos unless paused and played a few times, and Windows Media Player says there are problems playing files while this is going on. The problem continues to worsen over time, eventually making nearly all attempted audio plays to fail.

Opening FL Studios (which I have set to use specific, sound recording audio codecs) and closing it resets the problem and audio will work as normal. I found out today that closing Firefox fixes the problem immediately as well. This leads me to strongly believe that Firefox is the culprit.

I should note that I only remember experiencing this issue while working on a game that uses Audio elements (and potentially quite a few, albeit they are usually copies). I usually have the global volume for the game turned off when working, if that helps.

Asked by DeadSulfur 5 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by FredMcD 5 iminyaka edlule