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Adobe Flash Player Freezing


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debodun

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The last week or so, I've noticed that my system is crashing more and more. No pop-up error messages or report crash messages, it just totally freezes. I have to go into Task manager and end the flash Player process and also Firefox to regain control. I tried updating Flash, but it still freezes. I have version 10.0.0.226. I have Windows 7 - 64 bit as the OS and Firefox as the browser (41.0.2). In the Task Manager, it looks like Flash in running twice (see attached screenshot). What's going on?

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I went to the local library to see what they used. I opened the Firefox browser and looked under Add Ons and Plug-Ins and didn't see Adobe Flash. They have Shockwave, QuickTime and something called Open H264 Video Codec. Can any of these be used in lieu of Flash Player?


Edited by debodun, 21 October 2015 - 04:38 AM.

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