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Firefox unable to play fb games

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I use firefox and a game I play on facebook just updated (fairyland) a few days ago. The page now loads, but I am not able to click on anything or play. Still able to play in IE, but IE is to slow to use. I was also able to play on/in firefox on a friends computer. I have cleaned cashe, c-drive, defraged, all to no avail then I uninstalled firefox and cleaned computer to re install firefox....still having the same problem. Why can't I play in firefox on my computer? Please help....pulling hairs here :)
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Hi tonkatina!

These games are flash technology based, so check your Adobe Flash Player is up-to-date. For this purpose, Adobe provides online testing for Flash Player at the testing page. This page will tell you which version is currently installed and provides a list of the latest versions for each platform. Here the link to the test page:

If you do not have the latest version:

  • Download the latest version of Adobe Flash Player from here
  • Close all of your running browsers
  • Uninstall your current Adobe Flash Player
  • Install the latest version
  • Run your browser and check the situation now

Also important is to have the latest version of your browsers.
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