If anything the delay to the error message that the plugin has failed is even longer, and for the same window feels obliged to repeat itself, even when Flash not required Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website 2014 Copyright David Vielmetter Skip navigationSign in0Search forums onlySearch forums onlyCancelForums HomeNewsPeopleProduct Menu beginsAdobe Creative CloudDownloading, Installing, Setting UpAdobe Flash PlayerAcrobat Just make sure, you select Notify me of updates in the last installation step or you may automatically change back to Adobe 11.9. I'm sure you've seen some of it before, but just in case: (1) If you have any recorders/downloaders that interact with Flash media make sure they are as up-to-date as possible, http://missioncritiallinux.com/flash-player/adobe-flash-player-error.html
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Very frustrating and while I've been a long time fan of FF, I think this will be the last straw. http://get2.adobe.com/flashplayer/otherversions/ If so, could you try it in Firefox's Safe Mode? My guess is that this is some problem with the Adobe Flash Player, so I am going to try successively downgrading until it works correctly.
From me: It works! This would be for Windows 8, 7, or Vista, not relevant to XP. Read this answer in context 4 Question tools Get email updates when anybody replies. You need to cross check two things.
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Hi Anthony, the protected mode feature of the Flash Player plugin is active on Windows 7. Again I thank you and I will keep you informed. You Need Adobe Flash Player To Watch This Video I also have NoScript 188.8.131.52 activated. Update Flash Player I really hope they get a fix out for this.
A ''user.js'' file was reported to exist and that may have been a symptom of further issues possibly malware related. this contact form Clearly employing kindergarten tots now to write their progs, and making a right hash of it . Time for a class action? Same deal here... Chrome Plugins
If I keep hitting on the episode button to reload the page (maybe up to 10 times) the Flash player is eventually there, and I can watch the episode in peace. I'm not sure what version of Firefox you really have, Firefox 2 is ancient now. I have checked and my flash plugin for firefox is up to date and not disabled. http://missioncritiallinux.com/flash-player/adobe-flash-player-not-working.html Thank you, and welcome [back] to the forums!I do not know what causes these script errors, but I suggest that you proceed to the following link and download, then run the
Why is it that this problem only happens with Firefox? Portions of this content are ©1998–2016 by individual mozilla.org contributors. I'm really at a loss of what to do here.
The new version is there and still causing the crash pop-ups.
The newest version of Flash may not be compatible with Firefox 24. im reaaally getting tired of this. SlargTarg 0 solutions 1 answers Posted 10/16/13, 11:10 AM I have tried the method of uninstalling the new version of the plugin and installing the old version. Regards and thanks, Anthony Carm 5 solutions 178 answers Posted 1/2/14, 5:45 AM Helpful Reply @avwood I made an automated script to disable flash player protected mode here: http://firefoxcrash.blogspot.com/2013/12/disable-protected-mode-in-adobe-flash.html You can
And really, what ever works in the interim beats frustration. Generally, you will need the latest version installed on your computer to properly access Flash content, including videos on Youtube. Finally, click the Version tab. Otherwise Mozilla Firefox is great.