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David H. Lipman

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    Jersey Shore USA
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    Malware Research, dSLR Photography, Numismatics & Surf Fishing

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  1. David H. Lipman

    FlashPlayer on Windows 8.1

    If you ran the PPAPI Installer I gave you the link to, you will have the latest version of Flash for Chrome and there is no need to update. You can Allow Flash to run on Facebook.
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    FlashPlayer on Windows 8.1

    Oooooooooooooooops ! Mea Culpa. The link was fixed.
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    FlashPlayer on Windows 8.1

    Download for manual installation for Adobe Flash for Chrome ( PPAPI )
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    FlashPlayer on Windows 8.1

    What is the issue ? NOTE: There are different variants of Adobe Flash Player for different Browsers. Microsoft ActiveX Mozilla PPAPI
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    So You Think You Know Everything ? Let's Go

    Either place John.
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    Security flaw in ‘nearly all’ modern PCs

    Dank Je.
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    What are you listening to?

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    Can't submit report

    Try again but, use a different Web Browser. For example if you used Google Chrome try Mozilla Firefox.
  9. David H. Lipman

    Windows 7 machine (freezes)

    Sysinternals Process Explorer Resource Monitor --> Run Task Manager ( Hit 'Ctrl' + 'Alt' + 'Del' and choose "start Task Manager" ) Choose the "Performance" tab then "Resource Monitor...". However I don't have any instruction on how to use them to specifically sleuth out the resource hog.
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    Windows 7 machine (freezes)

    I'm not sure. You could use Systinternals Process Explorer to find a resource hog or the built-in Resource Monitor to find the system component or sub-system file that is a resource hog causing other running apps to lose their place and appear to "freeze" but are just waiting to get their turn to run the next routine. I have often seen this to happen with SVCHOST and Windows Update ( wuauserv ) .
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    Windows 7 machine (freezes)

    { sigh } That's beat. That's a loss of a possible workaround.
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    Windows 7 machine (freezes)

    My suggestion... Perform a System restore ( it is often most successful in Safe Mode ) to a point prior to the beginning of that 2 week period. Thus if the problem started on August 23rd, do a System Restore to a break point on 8/20 or 8/21.
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    System Hacked

    Our former Governor ( New Jersey ) was the son of the most famous Printer in United States history who used "Movable Type".

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