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Windows 7: firefox shockwave plugin

19 Mar 2013   #1
salman nazir

window 7 Professional 64 bit
firefox shockwave plugin

i don't whats the problem my Firefox was working fine but few days back when ever i open any tab that has video in mean require shock-wave plugin my Firefox just freezes mean cant do anything (minimize close )nothing and after some time gets ok but video don't load.
i try to disable the plugin shochwave no freezing nothing fine no video either says install latest flash but when i do same problem. try uninstall -reinstall upgrade nothing works.

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19 Mar 2013   #2

Win7 Pro SP1 64

Adobe - Adobe Shockwave Player

Remove your old one in Add/remove Programs and then install the one above

If you need new Flash:
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19 Mar 2013   #3
salman nazir

window 7 Professional 64 bit

i cant find
Adobe - Adobe Shockwave Player
in my add/remove programs but i can find flash player program so i install it and then install both programs form both links you give ? is that right?
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