If you only want to turn off RealPlayer downloader for Firefox, you could try disabling the plugin from inside Firefox: orange Firefox button or classic Tools menu > Add-ons > Plugins Chris Campbell says: August 2, 2011 at 3:56 pm Hi Christopher, It sounds like you might be running into a problem with ActiveX Filtering or enabling the ActiveX control. You normally don't need to uninstall Flash before updating to the latest version, since the Flash installer automatically removes the older version. DRC says: May 24, 2011 at 8:28 am Emmy - I'm experiencing the in-and-out-of-full-screen issue, too (as describe by Rahul). http://tekspotting.com/youtube-not/youtube-not-working-ie-10.html
And its not with the Mozilla 13.0. And voila, all my problems with Flash Player got solved. I uninstalled it and FF now works great again. On some pages it seems to have fixed the issue but on others, including my comcast email pages, there is still the problem.
Disappointed. And, more to the point, when everything is moving to 64-bit (no issues with any other software), why is Adobe behind the eight ball? This is what worked for me. Flash Player 10 and later can use your system’s graphics hardware to accelerate video decoding, and can also accelerate video presentation on some sites.
You know the problem exists, so at least offer 10.2 version of flashplayer and let me choose to accept the "vunerabilities"! Emmy Huang says: May 23, 2011 at 10:18 pm Thanks Todd. I've tried checking/unchecking the GPU setting to no avail. I cannot upgrade to Internet Explorer 9 because CA security does not support it.
An alternative solution is to re-enable plugin scanning for PLIDs and disable the unwanted plugins using the Add-on Manager instead. I just want to say that based on current assumptions and accepted "realities" nothing improves for anyone. Anyone else having problems installing this to thier Window Vista? It would help if Adobe would allow Flash version 11.202.235 to be downloaded, but they block its download.
I tried turning off the hardware acceleration and it didn't work. All rights reserved. Legend Correct Answers - 10 points © 2016 Adobe Systems Incorporated. If restarting does not help, there is some problem with the themes, hardware acceleration, and extensions.
Google Earth also works. The complex help section badly needs updating.Adobe really needs to understand that they are encouraging companies to use their programs exclusively while seemingly not ensuring that the lay public (also consumers/customers/users) Macromedia Technical Support does not provide support for the installation or use of these old players. Or 32-bit?
This Flash 10.3 is causing mayhem, get a grip adobe! this content In some cases, this may may result in "infobar" notification in the browser. The Inte HD Graphic version is 220.127.116.112. That is fixed with this update.
Similar with Youtube keeps showing "error occurred please try again later" message in Firefox or YouTube black screen issue, YouTube not working on Firefox annoy many Firefox users. Hi guys - for me this helped. Tony B says: September 15, 2011 at 3:03 am This worked for me. weblink Try the troubleshooting steps in Adobe's Flash Player Help page, Flash Player games, video, or audio don't work | Windows Check your Windows Volume Control to make sure the sound isn't
You should now be all working at least I was after this, All is cool now!! Once the download completes, exit Firefox and run the installer. http://www.adobe.com/support/flashplayer/ e RickS says: June 1, 2011 at 3:54 pm I'm running Intel Graphics on a new Dell laptop 64bit.
Reinstalled older flashplayer11_2r202_228_win_64bit as temp fix. My Graphics Driver No. : 18.104.22.16844…….. Important: There are two Flash players offered for Windows users: the Flash ActiveX control for Internet Explorer/AOL and the Flash plugin for Firefox/Mozilla/Opera browsers. This has been going on for nearly ten days with no fix.
I disabled the RealPlayer plugins, that didn't resolve anything. In Firefox 3 or SeaMonkey 2, the issue can also occur if the (Helper) Applications entry for Flash content is set to "Always ask" instead of "Use Shockwave Flash". At work, where I was having the same problem, I just went to adobe.com and clicked on the download link for Flash Player, downloaded, and the problem disappeared. check over here Thanks for the info !
You also need to check whether the HTML5 video player is playing the videos and ads.