If the new preferences file is working well, you can trash the .plist file on the desktop. Click on "Plugins" in the left panel of the Add-ons Manager (as shown here). Don't need it, you're safe. 🙂 ~joe Ken G. Reply Corey October 2, 2010 at 9:43 pm # Thank you very much for posting this. Source
Reply bigal September 4, 2016 at 8:12 pm # I spent about 5 hours trying to resolve this problem. But, it won't run my graphics software.... The utility programs Scandisk and Disk Defragmenter can diagnose and often fix these issues. For example, for Flash plugin version 184.108.40.206 on Windows, the plugin file name would be "NPSWF32_11_2_202_235.dll".
Thank you, thank you, thank you! Back to the drawing board. Agree. If you still have problems: Try turning off hardware acceleration in your Flash settings (see above).  On Windows Vista and above: Try disabling protected mode in Flash (see above). 
Open the Start Menu and click on the computer link. 2. http://support.microsoft.com/fixit Reply Talen December 16, 2010 at 7:09 am # my system with windows Vista has somthing like this, the "windows explorer has stopped working" as an error but only for Number 7 saved my *** today. Realtimes blue hi there i tried everything you said but still i cant delete this one video that keeps on playing everytime i open and close google.
Windows explorer works better than ever before.I wish all good luck on fixing the problem because it was sure a headache. Real Player Keeps Crashing I even went into realplayer and ended (paused) any photos or whatever being uploaded to realplayer or whatever it seems to be doing. Uninstall all the components. Took 5 days to figure out.
I decided to download and reinstall my ASUS EAH6870 display driver for both of my video cards, restarted and the problem was gone.I honestly believe about 99% of these errors are Here is the solution. Real Player Crashes Windows 10 I STILL get the damned "Windows Explorer Has Stopped Working" message !!! Uninstall Realplayer Fuuny thing is, If i go to All Programs-Internet Explorer(x86) then explorer works fine but All Programs-Internet Explorer crashes immediately, which leads me to believe that the problem may be that
My problem is that i cannot get to my start button. this contact form Next, DESELECT "display files Icon on thumbnails" as illustrated below.Display Files Icon on Thumbnails4. When you report the event, you should copy the information from the log. External links Firefox crashes - Troubleshoot, prevent and get help fixing crashes at support.mozilla.org Retrieved from "http://kb.mozillazine.org/Firefox_crashes" Categories: thefearofmeApr 18, 2010, 6:30 AM A friend of mine is having troubles with his Explorer.exe, cmd is not working as admin even though he is an admin. Real Player Windows 10
Reply ds June 21, 2012 at 3:40 pm # i cant right click at the start menu and in any where to start as administer for command and i dint get When you Add a comment, please notify me of your computer make so I can confirm my conclusion of it being the application installed on most ASUS computers, ASUS Webstorage. To resolve the problem, go to the Windows Start menu, click on "Computer" and in the window that opens, click on "Organize -> Folder and search options" and uncheck "Automatically expand have a peek here Glad you found my guide on how to uninstall RealPlayer helpful.
It seems to have sorted it. I suggest do not open any browsers just start fresh with your uninstall by going into your start menu, then control panel, then uninstall programs, then scroll down click on realplayer Go to the Common Files folder. 8.
Locate the RealNetworks hive, select it (highlight it) and press the Delete key on your keyboard. kimberlin September 16, 2011 at 2:11 am # I too have the same problem as bessy and it all started today september 15 2011. Please see Deleting temporary Windows files and folders for details. where do i go from here?
Go to the Common Files folder. 8. I googled the problem and this page came up........I followed all the steps above and step 1 came up trumps. How to not get duped by fake news Hack your way to a better credit score Millennial's guide to buying your first home Simplicity over complexity Popular Posts What Every Driver http://wowtechminute.com/real-player/real-player-volume-control-also-controls-media-player-volume.html i tried everything, after reading the comments, i tried what yoga suggested, by replacing the mouse pointer, and i observed that the problem was gone.
page for details. Click Start. 2. Reply Anonymous April 7, 2012 at 7:32 pm # i've had this poblem for maybe two weeks and when I saw that your laptop is the same as mine I did Add on removed and problem solved...........thanks for the help in finding it (sort of lol).
Tom Tried everything that has been said (also the 12 steps below etc.), doesn't work. Nothing is wrong with your computer either. I will soon update this article to reflect the best actions for Windows XP, Vista and 7 users. valis replied Feb 22, 2017 at 2:54 PM Loading...
You may also try searching the Knowledge Base again, including keywords that describe the point at which the crash or freeze is occuring (for example, "crashes when playing video clips" or Thanks Joseph Manna RealPlayer is funded by network agreements from content producers and advertisers. PS... See this Adobe article for more information.  Installing Flash on Windows If the Flash plugin is not installed and you visit a page that has Flash content that requires the
To see if an extension is the problem, go to the Firefox "Add-ons -> Extensions" list, disable all of your extensions and then close and restart Firefox. RealPlayer - The RealPlayer plugin may crash the browser (bug 572801) or, in Firefox 4 and above, cause a plugin crash on sites with embedded RealMedia (bug 667399). even though the Flash plugin is not installed. (screenshot)   External links Adobe Flash Player Test for Flash (adobe.com) Adobe Flash Player Help and Support (adobe.com) Flash Player Help /