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What do you mean they keep crashing? Is this when watching video's or playing online games?
Hi Tim, got this at 1.37pm. Between your end going down and my end with the shockwave Flash unresponsive Like every 60 seconds even here as the page loads, there is goes again, every thing is grinding to a slow halt. This is the second computer I have connected and it's all the same. What the hell can I do to fix it? I play Farmville on Facebook.
Hi Tim, Still struggling along this end. It still crashes so often it takes 30+ minutes to load a page on Farmville or anywhere else for that matter. Why connected to my network provider , this is what I get. Spent 2 weeks on another network and it just kept saying that a script or something wasn't working. We used the same browser though.
I would agree with the other expert Magic. Try uninstalling the Flash, Java, and Shockwave programs from the Add/Remove Programs in the Control Panel and then download the Flash Uninstaller from the other expert's post to make sure it is completely uninstalled. then try reinstalling the programs.
If it still crashes let me know
Have you tried removing Google Chrome to see if the flash program would work better in IE7 or IE8?
Go to the control panel and click Internet Options. Click the Advanced tab and scroll down the list until you see Disable Script Debugging(IE) and Disable Script Debugging (Firefox). Make sure both are checked and click Apply. Also need to check your connection speed for your internet. If you are on broadband DSL or cable, the bandwidth has a lot to do with the speed of streaming games and video. You also need to check the amount of RAM that you are using. You must have double the amount of RAM that your video card uses because what ever amount the video card has is how much RAM is used by the system to run the video processes.
Yes this is correct. The desktop has longer DIMM slots that hold the RAM and you can view how to install RAM into a desktop computer by going to the link below and following directions, It is a very simple process. I hope you have safe and happy holidays and Happy NewYear.