flash issue with browsers

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manuleka
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flash issue with browsers

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has anyone come across browser and system slowness and freezing when loading flash videos on browser?

it happens to my firefox and opera whenever i load a flash video, it starts playing for a bit then slows down (like when one slows a dvd movie) then suddenly system freezes unless i close the browser which or tab which takes a while todo so with cursor movements lagging real bad...

my Mint 11 is updated...
~ $ sudo convert "windows xp pro" >> "mint 14"

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Re: flash issue with browsers

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try the "flash aid" add on for firefox it fixed all my browsers
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Re: flash issue with browsers

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sudo add-apt-repository ppa:sevenmachines/flash

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sudo apt-get update

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sudo apt-get install flashplugin64-installer
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Re: flash issue with browsers

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Guru can you explain your commands please? cheers
~ $ sudo convert "windows xp pro" >> "mint 14"

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Re: flash issue with browsers

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All it does is installs a ppa that will allow you to use a new , more updated flash on x64 systems.

The problem isn't an issue on x32 systems. All ya have to do is fully update x32.
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