my task manager shows flashutil32_11_3_300_257_activex.exe still running.
fresh install of winfdows732bit first install of flash went bad. or didnt work, like usual.
now when i go to youtube or hulu or other video sites the videos are green/garbled or nonfunctioning/crashing the browser.
hulu is paid for me so if i cant fix trash player i got to cancel my hulu.
tried opera with alternative trashplayer.
uninstalled a number of times, downloaded adobes uninstaller.
deleted macomed folders reinstalled, uninstalled.
tried 11.2.xxxx but it installed 11.3
attached is a picture of my problems with adobe.
this is a fresh install!!!!! should NOT be having this!!!!!!!
the computer is %100 up to date.
its a dell D630 laptop with nvidia quattro nvs 135 drivers up to date from nvidia.
intel motherboard is up to date.
bios is up to date.
windows is up to date, c++/.net its all up to date.
i just uninstalkled everything flash and installed 11.2 as per the links
but it wouldnt work. it imediately prompted to start installing 11.3 while the browser just had a link to adobe where the video is supposed to be.
this is why the ipad DOESNT have flash.
i appreciate the help, i in a fit of rage i already opened up a thrashing bug report, but with a less angry mind id like to delete it and star anew.
*edit, they already address my savage slander on there work, the html5 coded page works like a charm, the problems with flash im collecting the needed data.
I'm having the same problem!
Most of the videos appear with large green and red areas (as in the image) that make the vision almost impossible.It happens either with Firefox, Chrome or Explorer, but other video formats work fine, so I understand is a Flash player problem. Every now and then the flash player crashes too.
I've tried to uninstall and reinstall the 11.3 player and finally installed the 11.2 version back and the problems disappeared, but I can't see a lot of stuff, as they require the latest version.
What should I do?
That is quite a new driver; still, can you go to http://www.nvidia.com/Download/Scan.aspx and check if a newer driver is available? The scanning tool works best on Internet Explorer; I have never been able to run it on Firefox.