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Safari keeps crashing on me, help?


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This is my first time going somewhere like this for help but this problem keeps recurring and it is very annoying so I have finally given up and came here hoping that someone can help me....D:
Anyways, safari keeps crashing on me and says I have a flash player plug-in problem? I don't know what to do about this, I tried updating my flash awhile ago but it didn't seem to work....I tend to leave my Mac on for long periods of time, I also don't think thats helping, is it ok to do that?
I really hope thats all thats wrong with it, since my Mac is not even very old....

I can send my error report too if anyone needs it.
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Uninstall flash:
Troubleshoot Flash Player | Mac OS,

Disable any other addons/plugins you have from the Preferences pane.

Restart Safari.

Does it still crash?

Re-install flash?

Still stable/unstable?

External hard disk acquisition addict - but admitting the problem is the first step to a robust backup

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Thank you very much, I will try this. ^ ^
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