Flash Keeps crashing

Psychopath

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#1
For the last week, flash crashes out of nowhere. It happens at least 2 times a day. Anyone else experiencing this?
 

Konstantin K

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#2
Yeah, it's been happening to me too with Firefox. I figured eventually it would sort itself out.
 

UCJOE

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#3
Working fine for me
 

blazin

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ive been having a problem on Youtube where the video all of a sudden takes a shit and I get an exclamation point. Have to F5 the page and it works.
 

Wrecktum

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#7
It makes my firefox lock up for almost 5 minutes sometimes.
 

Psychopath

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#8
It makes my firefox lock up for almost 5 minutes sometimes.
I paused a video on youtube to go and take a piss. I came back from the terlit un paused the video and it froze, and then crashed. It wouldn't even let me close the browser at all. It's fucking annoying.
 

Norm Stansfield

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Try uninstalling your Flash Media Player, and re-installing the version for "other browsers" (other than Internet Explorer and Chrome), from here:

http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/otherversions/ (make sure to uncheck the "also install Chrome" button before you download).
 

Sunsetspawn

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#11
You should tell him to stop runnin so fast or sumthin.
 
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#13
I only noticed on a laptop I use that sits on the coffee table that the flash update program crashes a lot recently. I dont remember having an issue with a site that uses flash though.

Also regarding firefox, I upgraded my main PC with a SSD for the win7/programs drive and after installing programs I was messing around with task manager and noticed firefox32. I seem to remember using a 64 bit firefox before the upgrade so I googled it and came across this: http://waterfoxproject.org/

I cant say that its faster or anything since I have a clean install on a drive that is technically faster than the prior drive.
 

Bobobie

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#14
I've given up on seeing any pattern to Flashs crashes. When I start getting too many crashes I'll switch to another browser, bouncing back and forth between Firefox and Chrome.