Browser crashes upon broadcast

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Browser crashes when allowing flash to access webcam
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Jonathan Lindahl

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Posted 6 years ago

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Tim Floria

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No matter what Browser I try to use it crashes when I go to broadcast
I've uninstalled Flash completely and reinstalled.. Doesn't help...
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camman

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Hi Tim I had the same problem i ran firefox 3.5.2 and it crashed so i have a add on called ie tab and started it in that and seeme dto work give it a go good luck
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Any other solutions to this issue. Tim i have exactly the same problem....
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mrs.p.osborne

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I had this problem so I completely uninstalled flash and reinstalled it. It fixed it at the time, but same issue is happening again now. I'm using Windows 7 - does it happen on other OS?
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i have windows 7...i had this problem and i fixed it by changing the settings of my firewall (i use the built in windows firewall) to allow connections for firefox. then when you click "start broadcasting" click "deny" on the adobe flash box that shows up and close that pop up. then select your camera (the icon is still crossed out) and mic settings. when you're done with that, the adobe flash box will pop up again...this time select allow and it should work
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That helped thank you!
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divakaneva2

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TY @flypelicanfly it worked but now the problem is its frozen on one image doesnt show anything moving
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reid.moore

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this happens to me on every browser. I don't use a firewall. I'm on Windows XP SP 3. I've reinstalled flash several times.
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ericg2009

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use flashplayer 9 and it works.
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divakaneva2

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I found out that my processor can't handle video chat it's rather low 1.8ghz.
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Leo McNeil

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Do what Fly said.
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scodal

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1.8ghz should be more than enough to display a tiny webcam video

but i too am having the browser crashing issue. still looking for best solution