I think you said you already switched it off before, so that may not be relevant. rseiler 0 solutions 6 answers Posted 2/7/16, 11:55 AM This is a problem here in the new 14257 build as well. I've tried usig Firefox in the Safe mode already but nothing seems to solve the problem. As the super user, copy the extracted file, libflashplayer.so, to your Firefox installation directory's plugins sub-directory. http://tekconceptllc.com/shockwave-flash/shockwave-flash-player-not-working-in-firefox.php
Error messages: what they ... The best thing you can do is to file a bug with the vendor (I'm assuming Intel), or if it's a desktop machine, experiment with switching out graphics cards to a Disable Flash protected mode Important: The following solution does not apply to the 64-bit version of Firefox.
Are you using any content blockers or filters? If it says that Flash needs to be updated, install the latest version manually using the steps below. created by Carm01 in Using Flash Player - View the full discussionI am going to chime in on this as I have found some relief.Up until recently I have been crash How To Disable Flash In Firefox I've tried the suggested fixes, and while it seemed better for an hour--it quickly went back to crashing regularly.
I've poured over all the suggestions for trying to fix the problem, and none of them have worked. Shockwave Flash Firefox Update Switch to the DEFAULT theme: 3-bar Menu button/Tools > Add-ons > Appearance Do NOT click the Reset button on the Safe Mode start window https://support.mozilla.org/kb/Safe+Mode https://support.mozilla.org/kb/Troubleshooting+extensions+and+themes You can check for problems Reloading the page will often get the video, game or animation to play again. https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/adobe-flash-plugin-has-crashed You can restart Firefox in Safe Mode using either: "3-bar" menu button > "?" button > Restart with Add-ons Disabled Help menu > Restart with Add-ons Disabled Not all add-ons are
https://support.mozilla.org/kb/Using+the+Shockwave+plugin+with+Firefox https://support.mozilla.org/kb/using-flash-plugin-firefox Do not confuse the Shockwave for Director plugin and the Shockwave Flash plugin, both are different plugins. *https://support.mozilla.org/kb/Using+the+Shockwave+plugin+with+Firefox *https://support.mozilla.org/kb/using-flash-plugin-firefox saspegas 0 solutions 1 answers Posted 8/27/15, 2:40 PM gotoandbliss Shockwave Flash Firefox Download Firefox crashes consistently on Youtube, and pretty much any Flash based website won't open and I'll get the error message. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 33. I do not get any errors or problems in other applications nor browsers.
I really think the folks at Adobe have changed their code in such a way as to make more problems for the Firefox community and the onus is on them to It worked again for 10 minutes or so, and now I'm getting error reports again. Shockwave Flash May Be Busy Or Unresponsive Firefox I'm beginning to wonder in which of the three (Flash included) the bug lies. Shockwave Flash Keeps Crashing Firefox 2016 If not, check to make sure that the plugin is not blocked for that site in the permission settings. (Right click on the page and select "Page Info" -> Permissions tab)
Go to Adobe's Flash Player download page and download the Flash installer. news Are you also using a Lenovo Yoga laptop? Yep, worked for 10 minutes, and started crashing again. Is there a 'crosstalk' issue at work? Adobe Flash Plugin Has Crashed
To check if Flash is up to date, visit Mozilla's Plugin Check page. Suggesting that everyone use a developer version isn't the greatest advice.3) I don't know how else to describe it, I had problems with all browsers using Flash. as i say, i don't have this issue in the house. have a peek at these guys I went back to normal Firefox, disabled Adblocker, and sure enough, I've had no problems for at least 10 minutes.
Re: Firefox keeps telling me my Shockwave Player is "unresponsive"? Mozilla Plugin Check when a solution is found. Click the menu button and then click ExitQuit .
Re: Firefox keeps telling me my Shockwave Player is "unresponsive"? benb46654231 Dec 24, 2015 11:56 AM (in response to heavywulf) The short answer is to remove the Adobe Flash install. Re: Firefox keeps telling me my Shockwave Player is "unresponsive"? Shockwave Flash Firefox Plugin When prompted, save the file (i.e.
It could still be a playback issue, of course. Then you can use File>Open from inside Notepad to edit the file. Thanks! Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 28.
go to download page: https://get.adobe.com/tr/flashplayer/otherversions/ select your os (select win8 for win10) and select FP 18 for firefox ''gotoandbliss [[#question-1079316|said]]''
Just upgraded to Firefox 40, it doesn't allow me to Last year, a user discovered that extension can cause problems with Flash. You're welcome. jeromiec83223024 Aug 19, 2015 1:58 PM (in response to peterm71232875) It will definitely simplify the configuration, but that approach leaves you at a much higher risk for contracting malware.
rseiler 0 solutions 6 answers Posted 2/9/16, 8:08 AM Just as an update, neither 44.0.1 nor today's Flash 188.8.131.526 updates remedied this. Bu tercihi aşağıdan değiştirebilirsiniz. I am happy to help. *Does this happen on various sites? Adobe Flash plugin has crashed Firefox Editing Tools Article Discussion Edit Article Translate Article Show Translations What Links Here Show History Customize this article Firefox Version 51 Version 50 Version 49
I am using Firefox 41.0.1. I was lead to believe Firefox was the most stable and secure browser available; however, recent comments on forums all over the web give me cause for concern that Firefox has Shockwave Flash is CONSTANTLY not responding and crashing 56 replies 646 have this problem 370334 views Last reply by Noah_SUMO 1 year ago gforcewarp9 Posted 10/20/14, 11:12 AM Hello there, I've If Adobe cannot address these concerns I think it behooves everyone to begin the moves away from its use however painful.
Re: Firefox keeps telling me my Shockwave Player is "unresponsive"? gforcewarp9 Posted 10/21/14, 10:47 AM Question owner Is it possible that I didn't disable protected mode properly?