Mi problema surgió al actualizar el Flash Player, lo que sucedió es que no me funcionaban algunos reproductores de internet, entonces trate de desinstalar manualmente y volver a instalar, pero lo que pasa es que cada vez que abro el archivo de instalación no pasa nada, me aparece el proceso en el administrador de tareas pero no veo la instalación y no puedo instalarlo.
Ok, now it's installed.. but I still cant watch videos in Justin.TV and I still cant play transformice.com
Windows XP Profesional Serive Pack 3 Version 2002
AMD Atlhon(tm) Processor
2.71GHz, 1,75GB RAM
Still not working
You mean you still cannot permanently disable Hardware Acceleration?
You can download previous versions from http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/142/tn_14266.html - you must uninstall the current version before installing an older version.
I tried both your Flash sites and only get a problem with Transformice if Adblock Plus is enabled. If you have that installed, click the arrow to the right of the Adblock Plus button on the Firefox toolbar and choose "Disable on Transformice". See screenshot.
As regards the other site, I was able to play a video without a problem even with Adblock Plus enabled.
If you right click the player on Justin TV, does it show which version of Flash you have installed as shown in the screenshot?
Also, if you right click the Windows Taskbar, go to Task Manager and then click the "Processes" tab, can you see "plugin_container.exe" running? You need to check for it when you load a Flash player somewhere.
I deleted de AdBlock Plus and it still doesnt load.
Yes, I have the 10.3.
Yes, I have to cancel the process?
If you cancel the plugin_container.exe process, you'll see the player, but Flash won't run. See: http://support.mozilla.com/en-US/kb/What%20is%20plugin-container
Also, check to make sure you haven't blocked it with your firewall.
I don't get it
OK, I'll try to explain.
If you have several sites open and then decide to view a video somewhere, but due to a problem with it, it crashes, without the plugin_container.exe process running, the whole browser would crash. The plugin_container runs like a kind of sandbox if you like which isolates a video from the rest of the browser so that if it crashes, you can still carry on using Firefox. So if you end task on that process, then videos can no longer play.
By the way, you should update Flash to the latest version which is 126.96.36.199, download from: http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/ The version you're using at the moment is a security risk and exposes your PC to attack.
Can you have a look at this article please: http://kb.mozillazine.org/Flash#Flash_player_not_working_on_certain_we bsites
Maybe the problem is because I don't have installed the ActiveX?
No. ActiveX is a Microsoft technology and not supported in Firefox. You only need the ActiveX version if you use Internet Explorer.
Could you try starting Firefox in Safe Mode and see if that makes any difference. To do that, click "Help", then "Restart with add-ons disabled". Firefox will close and then you'll see a menu. Don't checkmark any of the boxes; just click the button called "Continue in Safe Mode". Firefox will subsequently restart with all your add-ons disabled.
Next, go to both sites and see if it makes any difference. If the videos play properly, then one of your Add-ons is causing the problem. What you would need to do in that particular case is to repeat the same steps, then when you see the menu, checkmark the top option called "Disable all add-ons". After Firefox restarts, start re-enabling your add-ons one-by-one until the problem recurs. Then you'll know which one it is which is causing the problem.
By the way, there's a standalone version of Transformice you can download from here: http://forums.transformice.com/showthread.php?t=2307 "Standalone' means you don't need an Internet connection to play.
I started Firefox in Safe mode but there is still the problem.
I tried on Google Chrome and the same problem
I tried with Opera and the same problem
I tried to play transformice from the Standalone and the same problem
Purely to eliminate some rogue application or something on your system from the equation, could you please download the free version of Malwarebytes from here and then do a full system scan: http://www.malwarebytes.org/products/malwarebytes_free
Do you have a parent who may have installed filtering software and has blocked those two sites to prevent you from accessing them? Maybe you're of school age and spend too much time on the PC instead of doing your homework for example.
Nope, there isn't a filter, I think it's a problem of Adobe...
It wouldn't necessarily be visible to you. This one for example doesn't reveal any monitoring: http://www1.k9webprotection.com/
I doubt if Adobe is at fault because if it was, then many more users would be experiencing the same problem as you. But as you can see from the following screenshot, I can play Transformice without a problem. Incidentally, it reminds me a bit of an old game I used to play called "Lemmings".