Thanks Carl, but as I mentioned:
>I have tried to disable hardware acceleration to eliminate that possibility, but the check box does not respond to input
eg. when I right slick on a player, the setting menu opens up, but the "Enable hardware" check box does not respond to a mouse click and remains on I also tried tabbing around the settings menu and using the return key to select/ de-select but that doesn't work either
Did your netbook still crash when you tried my suggestion?
What is your video adapter and driver version?
I am unable to disable hardware acceleration with your method, and yes the flash player still crashes
I think the video adaptor is a Intel GMA 945GMS
I can't find what video driver version it is - Ubuntu system information says "none" and I don't know how to find out otherwise on CLI
Try updating your video driver:
Have you tried 11.2 RC? http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/flashplayer11-2.html
If the does not help, clean install back to 10.3: How do I do a clean install of Flash Player?
Did you find a solution to this problem?
I'm having the same issue
We'd like to take a look at the crash.
Please file a bug at bugbase.adobe.com, and include the URL to the site that causes the crash.