Firefox and Adobe Flash player not working

I guess the people at Mozzila and or Adobe haven't updated which ever APP is not working properly with ICS. I had read previously that this was a problem. I downloaded Flash ver 11 right after the ICS upgrade and it does not work in Firefox but does in Dolphin.

There are reports that FLASH is being abandoned ... the latest version seems to work though for now in specific browsers (after re-installing FLASH 11 ) ...  HTML5 is what everyone is moving to.

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    Message was edited by: Pleiades777. I am running Windows Vista (32 bit).

    What exactly means "not working"?
    Check also
    https://forums.adobe.com/thread/885448
    https://forums.adobe.com/thread/867968

  • The new version of Adobe Flash Player not working.

    The new version of Adobe Flash Player not working.
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    I'm sorry if i did errors of spelling because I used google translation. I 'm french .

    I finally figured it out. Flash Player had not installed. I had to de-activate Active-X thru the safety tab on the menu bar and then download the Adobe Flash Player and now it's working. I re-activated Active X after I finished installing Flash,. Hope fully everything will keep working fine!

  • HT5364 Adobe flash player not working on Safari after being installed, System OS X 10.9.2 has been just updated to Maverick

    Adobe flash player not working on Safari after being installed, System OS X 10.9.2 has been just updated to Maverick

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  • Adobe Flash Player not working. Installen latest version. Get the following: "This website would like to run the following addon: Adobe Flash Player from Adobe System Incorporated." Then asking me to allow it for current or all websites. It doesn´t matter

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    To give you any useful advice, I'm going to need to know more about your computer and browser:
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  • Adobe Flash Player not working on any browser in computer

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    Same problem on the same website here, pls help
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  • I have Mozilla Firefox and Adobe Flash Player 13 Plug-in won't allow me to watch YouTube videos

    Up until last week I had IE9 and was able to download and watch YouTube videos with my son and play Facebook games.  Then one evening I tried to pull up a Yo Gabba Gabba video on YouTube and the video window was blank.  I had watched this video the night before with him, and the only thing I can think of is there was a Flash Player update that tried to download.  I saw several posts that suggested downloading a new broswer, but I waited for 3 nights thinking it was just a glitch.  I finally gave up and sent a pm to one of my friends who is a Internet Service Technician.  She told me to download Mozilla Firefox, which I did, and the problem seemed to be solved.  I was once again able to download and watch YouTube videos, as well as play games on Facebook.  And it seemed my pages, pictures, etc. all downloaded 10x faster.  That worked until the next evening and suddenly I once again could not download and watch YouTube videos.
    I checked my system and it found that Adobe had done an automatic update so that instead of just having Adobe Flash Player 13 Active X I now had Adobe Flash Player 13 plug-in.  I also noticed that Adobe Air was downloaded on my computer.  I went in and uninstalled the Adobe Flash Player 13 Plug-in and I was once again able to download and watch YouTube videos.  But when I tried to play games on Facebook I was told I would need to install at least Adobe Flash Player 10.0.2.  I went to find that or an older version but each time I tried to download from Adobe I would get the Adobe Flash Player 13 Plug-in version, and once again I was unable to download and watch YouTube videos.  I was, however, able to play the games on Facebook again.
    Remember when I just had Adobe Flash Player 13 Active X I was able to do both while having Mozilla Firefox.  I have looked all over the internet and I cannot find recent articles that talk about this problem.  Can someone please tell me what I can do so that I can keep Mozilla Firefox, as it is 10X faster than IE9 and with Firefox my Facebook doesn't crash all of the time?  But I also want to have the ability to download and watch YouTube videos with my son, as well as the play games on Facebook.
    I should also note each time I went to uninstall Adobe Flash Player 13 Plug-in I received an error message saying there was a conflict with Mozilla Firefox and I first had to shut it down before the uninstall would proceed.  Also, I received a reply on Adobe's Facebook page from a Tech who had me check to see if I had the latest version of Flash Player.  I did have the most recent version.  He then asked me to go to my add-ons and enable Shockwave.  I followed the instructions and it was already enabled (or it said always activate).  Neither of those helped me be able to download and watch YouTube videos.  But I can still play Facebook games.

    What is your current Flash Player version: http://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/installation-problems-flash-player-windows.html ?
    What is your display adapter, driver version & date?  See http://forums.adobe.com/thread/945765

  • Adobe flash player not working for youtube

    Hi,
    While I was trying to install Adobe Flash Player for Microsoft Internet Explorer, the installation process got stuck half way and I tried to terminate the installation. But I had difficulty even terminating the installation process and IE and my computer crashed together. Normally I use Firefox to surf the internet, however after the computer crashed and when I restarted my computer, Youtube videos just couldn't be played in Firefox. What I have since done was to upgrade Firefox to 3.6.18 and I have uninstalled + reinstalled Adobe Flash Player. However that still doesn't solve the problem. The Youtube webpage only shows a black box with no control boxes. However other websites e.g. Metacafe, which uses Adobe Flash Player to play video files are working perfectly fine. This is highly puzzling to me and very frustrating. Could anyone please help me with it? .
    How do I mark this thread as a question?
    Now, I was reading other threads and came across 1 suggestion to change the http:// to https:// and now the youtube videos can be played. How amazing :O. But that would mean that everytime I have to manually change the URL to access the video. This is so strange. Any suggestion what has happened? Thanks.

    Hi, Since youtube/Google have not responded to the issue, no one knows for sure what their problem is. This is what I found and posted here last night. Then what I found and posted this morning, which you evidently found about the https.
    It appears either one or both are being used to try solving the issue. It's been users coming up with these, not youtube nor Google. It effects all browsers, even Chrome. The only one I haven't seen so far is Safari. Flash Player version doesn't matter, nor Operating Systems.
    From last night:
    YouTube just updated their video player, so the old version could still be cached in your browser causing it to fail. I would suggest rebooting, and if that's already done then make sure your drivers are up to date.
    If that does not work make sure you download the new version of flash.  Posted3 hours ago
    No, I had the exact same problem but it worked the second I cleared my internet cache which could have to do with what another user above said about that.
    Go to tools, options, clear recent history, and only check the 'cache' option, clear now, okay, and then refresh or exit it and open it again. I didn't even have to restart my browser. I'm using firefox too, by the way. Good luck! I hope this helped!  Posted 2 hours ago
    From today 7/7/11:
    Now youtube is having major issues as you could read from what I posted. There is nothing wrong with your computer nor Flash Player. Here is what many users are doing in addition to clearing the cache, history etc.
    They are using https instead of http. So try it. Here is one that you can check to see if it works. If so, use the https until youtube/google respond.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N1RiMHpUi1w
    Until we hear from youtube or our own Flash Player Team, since I'm sure they are in touch with youtube, I don't know what else to do.
    My guess is, that if youtube changed their video player for the videos, then that would be a factor. Right now it is a wait and see.
    Thanks,
    eidnolb

  • Adobe Flash Player not working with IE 11 Active X

    After successful installation of Adobe Flash Player 11 Active X, there is no shortcut to it but the program is found in the Control Panel (under uninstall).
    Tried re-installation and all help on internet forum and Youtube, the videos at yahoo.com.sg still prompts to download latest flash player. Why?

    This is a known problem with Internet Explorer 11, which Microsoft has been aware of since October 18 when they released their latest "untested" browser. The pages can't recognize the browser, so they don't recognize any of the plugins, like Flash Player. So far, Microsoft has made NO indication that they have any plan to fix it soon.
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  • Adobe flash player not working in Safari

    I have never had troubles with Adobe before the most recent update to Safari.  Now, I have tried to install Adobe Flash Player 3 times, and I still cannot get it to work.  I can open up applications with Firefox without any problems, but this is annoying since I would much rather use Safari.
    Any help with this would be Great!!

    Select
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    You do not need Java to view Flash content. The two things are unrelated. Java should not be enabled unless absolutely necessary.

  • Why will adobe flash player not work on my mac?

    Hi, I just got my mac back from the apple store and sadly I lost all my data so its a 'new mac' and i had to set it up from scratch etc.
    I am unable to watch videos on youtube and other sites that need Java or Adobe flash player EVEN THOUGH I have downloaded and uninstalled several times and each time it doesnt work. Ive checked in safari prefferences that 'enable java-script' and 'enable plug-ins' is on but it still will not work!
    Ive been on system prefferences and checked the java and adobe application prefferences to see if i can add the websites oor something but it will not work.
    my mac is deffinetly up to date to the latest version, i have checked several times and i have made sure that it is the correct adobe flash player most recently updated etc, but it will still not work! ive been researching for a couple of days now and cant find anything that works.
    Someone Please Help!!!!!
    This is a screen shot of what is happening with the adobe flash player:
    'clicking on manage website settings'
    why will it not work!!??
    please help!!!!

    The reference in the screenshot  above is about "Adobe Reader", not about Adobe Flash Player."
    Install Adobe Flash Player
    http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/
    Security turned on?
    System Preferences >  Security & Privacy > General
    Select App store & identified developers

  • HT5655 Adobe Flash Player not working after installing

    I've just bought a brand new macbook pro and have tried to download adobe flash many many times and it just won't work. It tells me that I need adobe Flash player so I click the link, which takes me to the adobe website, I then download it, follow all the prompts and installation is complete. But then I go back and the message appears again that I need adobe flash player!!! I am about to tear my hair out, please help!

    If you're sure you've installed the latest version of Flash, take each of the following steps that you haven't already tried. After each step, relaunch Safari and test. In rare cases, you might have to log out or reboot to force a Flash update to be recognized. For a "missing plug-in" error, start with Step 6. Back up all data before making any changes.
    Step 1
    You might have to log out or reboot before a Flash update takes effect.
    Step 2
    If you're only having trouble with YouTube videos, log in to YouTube and load this page. You may see a link with the text "Leave the HTML5 Trial." If so, click that link.
    Step 3
    If you get a warning of a "blocked" or "outdated" plug-in, then from the menu bar select
     ▹ System Preferences… ▹ Flash Player ▹ Advanced
    and click Check Now. Quit and relaunch the browser.
    If the warning persists, triple-click anywhere in the line below on this page to select it:
    /System/Library/CoreServices/CoreTypes.bundle/Contents/Resources
    Right-click or control-click the highlighted text and select
    Services ▹ Open
    from the contextual menu.* A folder should open. Inside it, there should be a file named "XProtect.meta.plist". If that file is missing and you know why it's missing, restore it from a backup or copy it from another Mac running the same version of OS X. Otherwise, reinstall OS X.
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    Go ▹ Go to Folder...
    from the menu bar, paste into the box that opens (command-V). You won't see what you pasted because a line break is included. Press return.
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    Open this folder as in Step 3:
    /Library/Internet Plug-Ins
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    Flash Player (failing).plugin  
    You may be prompted for your login password.
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    Re-download and reinstall Flash. Download it from the domain "get.adobe.com". Don't click a link from any other website, including this one, because you can't trust links. They may be an attempt to trick you into installing malware masquerading as Flash. Type the address into the browser window. Never download a Flash update from anywhere else.
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    If you get a "missing plug-in" error, select
    Safari ▹ Preferences... ▹ Security
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    Manage Website Settings...
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    Step 7
    Select
    Safari ▹ Preferences... ▹ Extensions
    from the Safari menu bar. If any extensions are installed, disable them.
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    In the Safari preference window, select
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     ▹ System Preferences… ▹ Flash Player ▹ Advanced
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  • Adobe Flash Player not working--Shockwave Flash Object not installing

    Ok...let's try this again.  Somehow my previous discussion that I had been working on with eidnolb got marked as "Answered" when it wasn't.  If you are reading this and are also having problems with Adobe Flash Player, please START YOUR OWN THREAD!  That allows someone to help you individually and will hopefully prevent MY question from being accidentally marked as "Answered" when it's not.  THANK YOU!
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    2.  When I was working with eidnolb before, we found that for some reason the Shockwave Flash Object wasn't on my computer, even though I uninstalled and installed AFP several times and also restarted my computer.
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    I had this problem too. I'm not an expert with this at all, but Adobe Support at:
                                                                                                           http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/155/tn_15507.html
                                                                                               and      http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/000/6b3af6c9.html
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  • Adobe Flash Player not working on Safari

    I am running Safari 5.1.5 on Lion 10.7.3.  For about a year now, I have been having trouble running Adobe Flash Player to view videos.  I can verify that I have Flash Player 11.2.202.235 installed, but on some (not all) website, most notably ANYTHING.yahoo.com, I just get a button to "Get Adobe Flash Player" even though I already have it.  Flash-based ads work fine, it's really just for videos.  I end up having to watch the non-working videos on Chrome where they work fine.  Any insight into what the issue might be?

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    edited by:  cs

  • Adobe Flash Player not working on Toshiba

    I have no idea what happened! About 3 days ago my Adobe Flash 9 was working fineon all the websites such as Photobucket, Youtube, and more! But I started getting risks & threats on my computer so I didnt didnt use this laptop til the next day, when my brother came to clean up the virus and threats with Norton AntiVirus. After cleaning up everything, I went on the Internet onto youtube.com & they said I need to install the Adobe Flash Read 10, and I did. But when I went backon again it said I still need to install it (again), & I did (about 4 times), still not working.
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