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From: Chris on 03/27/2003
well, im running windows xp pro, fresh install on a new powerleap 1.4ghz with 384mb ram and a ti 4200 visiontek video card and i cannot get macromedia flash to work for anything, crashes my browser whenever i encounter flash based content. have tried to reinstall everything including ie, have all the patches for windows, etc.. I have included all the error info below, thanks in advance to ANYONE who can help.

Error Signature

AppName: explorer.exe   AppVer: 6.0.2600.0   ModName: flash.ocx
ModVer: 6.0.79.0   Offset: 00013853


Exception information

code 0xc0000005
Flags: 0x00000000
record: 0x0000000000000000
address: 0x00000000036a3853

Let me know if you need more info.
Thanks

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From: theboss on 04/14/2010
it could be something related to memory limits
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From: prashant on 02/22/2010
I have also same problem with IE ...

Flash game crashes on Internet Explorer. It works fine on Firefox,opera.

On IE, it gives an error

"Runtime Error!
Program : C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe.
This appplication has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual way.
Please contact the application's support team for more information."

Whats the problem?
I am using Box2D physics engine for the game.

Can anybody help me out???

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From: john on 12/31/2006
I had the same problem motherboard bios update fixed it for me
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From: schav on 12/06/2005
it has something to do with a combination of:

- the powerleap card
- some Flash problem with VIA chipsets for AGP cards

see my post:
http://groups.google.com/group/macromedia.players.flash/msg/aed8e5113969bfe5

i think there's not much else hope.

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From: Chris on 12/06/2005
Issue still exists with Flash8 player. Having a problem with a customer's machine. Same that is described here. Win98se machine. Running an older Athlon 700mhz processor. No overclocking going on at all.

This is an older gentleman's machine, who doesn't want to use FireFox and claims that "Mircosoft should fix their Goddamn F&%kin problems" (loudly, and repetitive to me). Meh.

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From: Greg on 07/20/2005
Check for viruses, and install Firefox and use it only. If you still don't like the way windows behaves, install Linux.
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From: Nate on 07/20/2005
Same issue. IE crashes when it tries to load a site that uses flash. I uninstalled and reinstalled using Macromedia's uninstall program, to no avail. This really sucks. Anybody find a fix. Macromedia sure isn't helping out.
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From: Jaehwa on 07/20/2005
I could fix this problem by not over-clocking the CPU. I mean I had to stop using the CPU over-clocked to fix the problem. I'm using XP pro.
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From: Sam on 12/10/2004
I am having the same problem, what did you do to fix it?
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From: Erich on 12/09/2004
Im not sure if you have ever resolved your problem or not, but I have the same problem. Im curious if you were abel to sole the problem, what you did to do so, thanks.
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From: sameer on 12/13/2003
Original Problem Posted by: Chris on 03/27/2003
well, im running windows xp pro, fresh install on a new powerleap 1.4ghz with 384mb ram and a ti 4200 visiontek video card and i cannot get macromedia flash to work for anything, crashes my browser whenever i encounter flash based content. have tried to reinstall everything including ie, have all the patches for windows, etc.. I have included all the error info below, thanks in advance to ANYONE who can help.
Error Signature

AppName: explorer.exe AppVer: 6.0.2600.0 ModName: flash.ocx
ModVer: 6.0.79.0 Offset: 00013853


Exception information

code 0xc0000005
Flags: 0x00000000
record: 0x0000000000000000
address: 0x00000000036a3853

Let me know if you need more info.

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From: Matt on 12/01/2003
Also had to uninstall Flash and reinstall. Forgot to mention that.
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From: Matt on 12/01/2003
Was having the same problems described here. Did some experimenting with my firewall (Norton Internet Security).

Turned out to be a problem whenever I would reject ActiveX controls- flash cannot load and causes IE6 to crash randomly (whenever I visit a page with flash to which I have rejected ActiveX for that domain.)

I have also followed all the other suggestions such as reinstall-clean install-repair browser-don't care for Netscape-so that wasn't an option.

I also followed Macromedia's troubleshooting for flash and one of the steps is to make sure the settings in the browser are not too restrictive concerning ActiveX. I reset mine to medium and when Norton prompts me to accept/reject ActiveX I accept and IE6 hasn't crashed since.

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From: Jeff on 11/20/2003
Same problem. I have the Powerleap 1.4 mod as well. The problem, however is new and the powerleap is not. Running windows XP pro and an older ATI Rage Pro card.

Just did a clean install to fix what I thought was a corruption problem with no success. Could this relate to one of the more recent XP updates. I didn't bother to check for the problem before I installed them all.

I visited many flash intensive sites with the same setup before the problem started. I have installed and uninstalled Flash many times without improvement. I can go anywhere from 1 to 20 minutes without a problem. Nothing else on my system is broken.

Hope someone can figure this out.

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From: Karissa on 10/10/2003
I am having the same problems. But flash only crashes when viewing certain websites. It works fine for others. I have XP now, but I've had problems with Windows 98 as well. The problem is only recent, within the past few months.

Help, please!

Send any solutions to ashen_alar@yahoo.com

Thank you.

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From: Daniel on 09/30/2003
I'm having the same problem, thought I was the only one. All my friends system work without problem. Had the 6 version installed and because of all the crashes updated to version 7.

Thought I got rid of the crashes, everything seemed fine till 10 minutes ago. Same story.

The 6 version had problem with a buffer overflow, thought this would be fixed in the 7. Not...

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From: Jaime on 09/27/2003
Check your BIOS settings on RAM.
If not, try using Netscape and run color quality at 16bit.
It works for me.
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From: Steve on 09/11/2003
me too. IE crashes when flash content goes on the screen, ever since I installed my Powerleap... For now, I've had uninstall the Flash plugin to surf the web....Powerleap does not have a solution for it...
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From: Paul on 09/04/2003
Has anyone tried uninstalling and reinstalling the plug-in?

Paul

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From: Alvin on 08/22/2003
I got same problem, computer crashes when websites have flash content.

Anyone found a fix?

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From: Brian on 08/06/2003
HELP ME
I have the kzn2g-Delta-L
(similar)
and it crashes and restarts, or crashes to a blank signal and no activity, or gives a blue screen of death stop error if I play any games or anything
I have a 350 watt power supply
amd athlon xp 3000+
512 MB DDR
geforce fx 5600 128 MB
and a 52x lite-on burner
running windows xp pro

HELP!
(PLEASE!! Send responses to bw_bloodletter@hotmail.com)

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From: Hank on 06/21/2003
You can live without flash, the web still works without it. Try removing the plug in.
Download Mozilla, it's free and a much better browser, then always use that.
AMD processors are known to be power hogs, try a bigger power supply if you seem to get crashes while using lots of CPU. Find a CPU monitoring program and see how much CPU programs are using when you have a crash.
Find a program that will let you see your CPU temp, or check it in BIOS.
See if the temp goes down if you leave the computer case open.
Update video drivers (always a good idea anyway)

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From: ange on 06/21/2003
I am having the same problem fresh xp installation on AMD athlon K7n2g motherboard (new), but flash crashes and on intenet any new content crashes

Thanks

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From: Keith on 06/13/2003
Did you get an answer to this issue? I'm having the same problem.

Thanks,

Keith

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