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is there anything that can be done about this? Please follow the steps in the [[Troubleshoot extensions, themes and hardware acceleration issues to solve common Firefox problems]] article to find the cause. ''To exit Firefox Safe Mode, just close Firefox Flash player doesn't work on firefox 6 replies 31 have this problem 21686 views Last reply by FredMcD 1 year ago fdlcm Posted 2/25/15, 3:39 PM When I went to play In the dropdown next to that, change it to "never activate". weblink

Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 2. wtsmith1020 Sep 30, 2015 12:47 PM (in response to heavywulf) I have the same issue, and none of the suggested workarounds mentioned above has removed it (and I tried them all). Is there something else I can try? The problem only occurs when I make photo albums on Snapfish, which I am able to do as long as I use Internet Explorer on my new Asus computer. https://support.mozilla.org/questions/1060581

The Adobe Flash Plugin Has Crashed Firefox

Extract libflashplayer.so from the file you downloaded with the command tar -zxvf install_flash_player_"version"_linux."processor".tar.gz. When the download has finished, close Firefox. Today, I re-installed MS Silverlight as a test (because Windows Update kept asking me to), and sure enough, Flash started crashing again.

  1. SabbathFanatic Nov 2, 2015 5:53 PM (in response to heavywulf) I have made a new thread:Firefox 41.0.2 Adobe Flash Player crashes on Windows 10 Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 27.
  2. It works the same, the icon is blue instead of orange.
  3. noahw60649262 Mar 16, 2015 5:48 PM (in response to chris.campbell) It is difficult to say with 100% confidence exactly when this problem started since many updates were occurring within the same
  4. CKJaguar 0 solutions 23 answers Posted 2/24/15, 8:03 AM Why then does it still appear on the Mozilla AddOns list?
  5. The choice is yours.
  6. cd /home/user/Downloads).
  7. IamaGunslinger Nov 25, 2015 2:48 PM (in response to Carm01) Thank you for your solution and although I found another, changing the information on Adobe's protection info, I will keep yours

Thanks cor-el for your help. At the top of the Firefox window, click on the Firefox button and then select ExitAt the top of the Firefox window, click on the File menu and then select ExitOn It simply has to work, like funking apple! Update Adobe Flash Plugin For Firefox What should I do to get my games working again on Firefox?

I install firefox, I install that adobe shockwave, java, flash....I DO NOT EVEN KNOW THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SHOCKWAVE AND FLASH AND I DO NOT FUCKIN CARE BECAUSE I DO NOT HAVE Shockwave Flash Crash Firefox Shut down your pc and reboot, whereupon the card will seek and reinstall its driver. I'd typically see the plugin hang first on Firefox and it was stick-a-fork-in-it time after that. https://support.mozilla.org/questions/993019 The best thing you can do is to file a bug with the vendor (I'm assuming Intel), or if it's a desktop machine, experiment with switching out graphics cards to a

When I deactivated this plugin, the issue immediately disappeared, but obviously this is not a solution, as so many sites require Shockwave Flash to work properly. About Plugins Restart Firefox. Read this answer in context 24 Question tools Get email updates when anybody replies. Install and has to work without antivirus and shitty toolbars!

Shockwave Flash Crash Firefox

And now I've found that enabling Flash AddOn again for one site allows the problem to recur. It was only installed on 14 March 2014 and I am told it is up to date. The Adobe Flash Plugin Has Crashed Firefox I checked the current version and it is the latest one, for Firefox and Windows 7 . Flash Keeps Crashing Chrome https://support.mozilla.org/kb/upgrade-graphics-drivers-use-hardware-acceleration Boot the computer in Windows Safe Mode with network support (press F8 on the boot screen) as a test.

Re: The latest release, (19) crashes in every browser, Chrome, Firefox, IE, Opera brianMT1959 Oct 13, 2015 2:50 AM (in response to Dalekzek) Still crashing.Still being ignored by Adobe. have a peek at these guys Its across ALL browsers that require use of Flash.I could upload screen shots but frankly the attitude of Adobe is such I don't see why I should bother. Re: Firefox keeps telling me my Shockwave Player is "unresponsive"? Coupon Printer Intel web components updater - Installs and updates the Intel web components Intel web components for Intel® Identity Protection Technology Office Authorization plug-in for NPAPI browsers The plug-in Why Does Adobe Reader Keep Crashing

I also uninstalled and downgraded Flash and installed the beta release of Firefox. Well, I tried it. And ultimately they gonna lose more of their market because people can buy nice cars with nice engines that work. check over here Portions of this content are ©1998–2016 by individual mozilla.org contributors.

You Tube never exhibits this problem, but You Tube is not Mozilla either. Mozilla Plugin Check I've ditched photoshop and their pdf reader. Tri_109 0 solutions 4 answers Posted 3/24/15, 6:15 PM I finally found the fix for this problem, it's called Google Chrome.

How stupid can one be?

MiamiFish Posted 9/3/15, 8:41 AM Chosen Solution I use technical support from Dell. Could you point me to other sites that cause issues? You can disable it by creating or editing a settings file. About Plugins Chrome You get either an icon showing flash has crashed or you get a dark screen, unresponsive and at times you have to use Task manager to end not just the task

Thanks for finding that. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 38. Install and it has to work, there is no doubt about that...one setup file firefox+shockwave+java! http://softbb.net/shockwave-flash/adobe-shockwave-flash.html Re: Firefox keeps telling me my Shockwave Player is "unresponsive"?

Turning off the Hardware acceleration & disabling the WebGL seems to have been the ticket. Not that I don't appreciate the help but none of these solutions are working. I read the previous help subject that was submitted before by taylormade, on 11/24/14 3:55 PM, . jeromiec83223024 Oct 6, 2015 8:38 PM (in response to yuvarajmani) Well, disabling Flash would be one way to deal with it.

Good luck. Like Show 1 Likes(1) Actions 4. I tried all sorts of your suggestions, but I don't know enough about computers to even understand some of the links.