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Flash content flickering and falling apart

New Here ,
Oct 16, 2018 Oct 16, 2018

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Hi,

I'm experiencing an issue with flash content (not videos but ads, pictures and slides) flickering or falling apart in any website with any web browser on my computer. When I point at any flash content (for example at a slide of product pictures on a webshop) lines appear on the pictures, then they go black, then lines again, the picture is flashing, ect... Not the whole screen is flashing, only the picture I'm pointing at.

- tried updating VGA driver

- tried updating OS (Windows 10)

- uninstalled latest flash player update to see if the old one works

None of the above helped but I noticed in task manager that flash player is consuming 30-40% of my CPU.

Any ideas on what could be the reason?

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Advisor , Oct 17, 2018 Oct 17, 2018
so it means that there is no flash involved in your issue but more html5/javascript.I suggest you contact the browser developers or OS for your case.sometimes update the video drivers and reboot can fix it.

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Oct 17, 2018 Oct 17, 2018

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Are you sure it's flash element and not html5? what can you see when you right click on one of them?

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Oct 17, 2018 Oct 17, 2018

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It gives me the following options:

- open picture in new tab

- save picture

- copy picture

- copy image url

-  search with Google

- analyze

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so it means that there is no flash involved in your issue but more html5/javascript.

I suggest you contact the browser developers or OS for your case.

sometimes update the video drivers and reboot can fix it.

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Thank you for making it clear. I'll contact MS.

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