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Windows 7: Unresponsive flash problem

15 Apr 2011   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit
Unresponsive flash problem

Hi all,

I have two problems on my newish samsung laptop , don't know whether they are connected.

I hav tried virus scans and hijack this. My broaband connection is fine.

1) my browsers are often unreponsive and saying 'not responding'. Sometimes doing something simple like right click and copy some text can take 30 seconds ie waiting for the browser to come out of 'not responding'.

2) watching bbc iplayer or itvplayer with any browser, the video freezes for about one minute and the audio continues - after about one minute the video unfreezes / resumes. During the video freeze time the entire browser (ie all tabs) becomes unusable saying 'not responding'.

This is happening about every two minutes.

error messages =

the following plugin is unresponsive shockwave flash


I reinstalled adobe flash but no difference...

You have version 10,2,154,25 installed

You have version 10,2,153,1 installed

You have version 10,2,153,1 installed

Also,I don't know if this is related but I sometimes get 'unresponsive script' messages eg

Any suggestions please?

Thank you

My System SpecsSystem Spec


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