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It was suggested that I remove Macromedia to stop the crashing and it worked most of the time. I had to reinstall flash b/c I cannot view videos. Any way around this?
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You can install VLC Player to watch almost any video format
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You can install VLC Player to watch almost any video format
That won't help with web based video (except for YouTube videos which can be played through VLC but not in the browser).

There's no way around this acvidal if Flash is to fault and you have a normal installation. My only suggestion would be to try Chrome - it comes with a version of the Flash plugin tailored to work with Chrome.

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For web based video you are correct - Chrome is the best alternative.
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