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Firefox browser issues


banehawi e2
10 986 2981 Canada
24 Sep 2012 6:24PM
Users of Firefox 15.01 are experiencing very slow Internet connections, and Flash crashes.

This is fixed by uninstalling the latest flash plug-in, assuming its V11 or later, and replacing it with V 10.3 from the Adobe site http://forums.adobe.com/thread/889580.




regards


Willie B

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User_Removed 10 17.9k 8 Norway
24 Sep 2012 6:38PM
No probs here...
banehawi e2
10 986 2981 Canada
24 Sep 2012 6:44PM
Some folks are lucky and dont see the prob, others do, - I have been troubleshooting for two days to solve it.

Its happens on Windows 7 BTW.


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User_Removed 10 17.9k 8 Norway
24 Sep 2012 7:02PM
Ah!!!!

I'm (still) on 'Old Reliable'...

XP Pro

Wink
WhiteRose1 e2
4 1.1k 137 England
24 Sep 2012 7:07PM
Windows 7 and Firefox.... no probs on my laptop and a darn sight more reliable than Vista on IE on my desktop!!
MikeA 10 1.2k England
24 Sep 2012 7:12PM
Workstation and laptop - Win7 - no problems and I run quite a lot video intensive content especially from Vimeo -- HD 1080p . Perhaps you have a problem your end, maybe " it is your ISP at fault" ;=))
saltireblue e2
4 4.3k 26 Norway
24 Sep 2012 7:17PM

Quote:Windows 7 and Firefox.... no probs on my laptop

Same here...thankfully.Smile
banehawi e2
10 986 2981 Canada
24 Sep 2012 7:19PM
Not anymore since I rolled back Flash, - both Firefox and Adobe acknowledge the issue and are both working on it.

You must have the latest flash plugin to have the problem. Another :feature: of the problem is the rolling circle at the top left of Firefox doesnt stop circling even when a site is loaded. Both are fixed for me with rolling back the Flash plug-in.

Its a widespread problem. not just me, - all over the Firefox and Adobe forums, - Im just trying to pass the information along to anyone affected and save a couple of days of troubleshooting.

There a a lucky few that dont have the problem - sounds like Im not one of the lucky ones!


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redsnappa 12 2.0k United Kingdom
24 Sep 2012 9:03PM
No problems with firefox here. Only because I stopped using it after they begun issuing updates every other week. I thout it obvious that mozilla are having security problems if they have to update so often so I decided to stop using firefox
RogBrown 7 3.0k 10 England
24 Sep 2012 9:50PM
No speed probs here but since a few updates ago, Firefox isn't opening tabs from my previous session although it's set do do so. Not a problem but annoying.
Big Bri 13 15.7k United Kingdom
25 Sep 2012 8:16AM
Still living in the stone age eh Mike? Wink
SlowSong e2
6 4.8k 29 England
25 Sep 2012 8:36AM
My Firefox is OK. I've got no add-ons.
Montana5 4 57 3 Scotland
25 Sep 2012 4:03PM
I had same problems with Firefox a few weeks ago, started after Adobe install of latest flash player update, couldn't get any videos to play from both PC and web, searched loads of forums and yes Adobe Flash player / Firefox problems have been very prominent for the past while, however none of the add ons or fixes worked for me...until I uninstalled 'Rapport', the online banking security download, now everything is as was, perfect.

Doug.

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