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Good evening!

I have a question! Tell me please? what is the reason of using updated flash player 11.3, but when I switching on-line videos (youtube or anything else) my laptop  completely freezes and only reboot helps? But when I use an old player 10.3 nothing freezes but laptop works worse. And the Windows 7 maximum 32bit Service Pack 1  is reinstalled.  I use the browser FireFox.

Thank you for your help.

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Curt Y wrote:

Yes, you are correct.  Visited the Flash Forum and do not see the normal forum format. 

Have to leave now so maybe someone else will jump in.

Well, it wasn't very easy to find out.

In the page where the link given by Curt takes, you have to choose (click on) one of the Forums shown at right, probably either the Installing or the Using Flash Player one:

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Once there, you must click on the Start a discussion button under Actions, at the right:

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And, believe it ot not, You Are There!

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Help me

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Good evening!

I have a question! Tell me please? what is the reason of using updated flash player 11.3, but when I switching on-line videos (youtube or anything else) my laptop  completely freezes and only reboot helps? But when I use an old player 10.3 nothing freezes but laptop works worse. And the Windows 7 maximum 32bit Service Pack 1  is reinstalled.  I use the browser FireFox.

Thank you for your help.

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Curt Y wrote:

Yes, you are correct.  Visited the Flash Forum and do not see the normal forum format. 

Have to leave now so maybe someone else will jump in.

Well, it wasn't very easy to find out.

In the page where the link given by Curt takes, you have to choose (click on) one of the Forums shown at right, probably either the Installing or the Using Flash Player one:

Untitled-1.jpg

Once there, you must click on the Start a discussion button under Actions, at the right:

Untitled-2.jpg

And, believe it ot not, You Are There!

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First it is not a good idea to include your email address.  There are too many spamers that can take advantage of this.

You need to post this question in the Flash Forum.  http://forums.adobe.com/community/flashplayer

This is a forum to discuss the Forum structure.

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I can not find where and how to start writing

15.05.2012, 22:20, "Curt Y" <forums@adobe.com>:

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Yes, you are correct.  Visited the Flash Forum and do not see the normal forum format. 

Have to leave now so maybe someone else will jump in.

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Curt Y wrote:

Yes, you are correct.  Visited the Flash Forum and do not see the normal forum format. 

Have to leave now so maybe someone else will jump in.

Well, it wasn't very easy to find out.

In the page where the link given by Curt takes, you have to choose (click on) one of the Forums shown at right, probably either the Installing or the Using Flash Player one:

Untitled-1.jpg

Once there, you must click on the Start a discussion button under Actions, at the right:

Untitled-2.jpg

And, believe it ot not, You Are There!

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You need to select one of the subforums listed...

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Then click on Start a discussion...

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Or use the Ask a Question box at the top of the page.

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Thank you very much !!!!

16.05.2012, 02:16, "Claudio González" <forums@adobe.com>:

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