Flash Player Crashing IE9 on My Slate...

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  1. ghost74

    ghost74 Scribbler - Standard Member

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    From my previous attempt at using thadwald's driver I had the installation files already extracted in a folder. So in the control panel under device manager I right clicked on the display adapter and chose update driver. I then manually pointed the system to the .inf file. (have disk method)

    I then downloaded the crystal HD driver from the Slate500 support site and ran the install selecting the repair option.
     
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    If you don't mind not running the latest version of flash, there is a solution. Apparently flash worked until it one of the updates broke it. I posted this problem on the intel forum and someone provided a solution. Follow the link for instructions.

    EMGD version 1.8 and Flash: Embedded Community
     
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    For the record I have 11.1.102.55 installed. I have not found a flash video yet that does not work. How did I get so lucky?

    Post any links to flash videos you would like me to test.

    It's there any information I can post or send to help debug?
     
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    Bronsky Wait and Hope. Senior Member

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    Ghost74 - Your solution doesn't work for me. I loaded the driver exactly as you say, used the repair function of the broadcomm loader and still have the crashing problem. I'm back to the Intel 500 driver.:( I really liked the modded 600 driver but need flash. Hopefully, some genius figures out a solution to this as well.

    The modded Intel HD 600 driver installs as 8.14.181.2048 right? I might give that older version of flash thinggy a try. How would I stop it from trying to update all the time? Can that be toggled off? Otherwise it would be a real PITA.
     
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    Correct.

    I believe you can checkmark a box to ignore updates.
     
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    Flash quit working again...crap!

    Samething happpened last time, worked fine for a few days then it didn't.
     
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    Tried the older version of flash...no dice.

    IE9 just displayed aa black screen and forced you to update to the latest flash.
     
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    The flash update utility provides the option of ignoring the update in the future.
     
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