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Shockwave Flash...and why does it crash MVA.net?

It is some sort of plug-in that continually crashes and stops MVA.net from responding.

Google Chrome Browser, DELL PC, Window Vista OS

A little help here....this is frustrating. I get a page crash every 15-20 seconds.
 

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It is a plug-in from Adobe for certain graphics as I understand it....on my computer and invisible. No affect on this site that I have seen.....so I'm not much help, sorry.
 

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It chooses times NOT to work and balls up everything.
 

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Um, yes. Last night it was causing me fits.
 

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Vista, along with ME, have got to be the worst versions of Windows out there. In my previous company, we would refuse support if the customer insisted on using either. Vista is notorious for crashing and exhibiting all types of incompatibility issues. XP's a lot more stable. Can you upgrade/sidegrade away from Vista?
 

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Eventually, I will.
 

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I don' think so as the failure is short lived, yet repetitive.
 

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Thanks for that Red Baron.
 

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Vista, along with ME, have got to be the worst versions of Windows out there. In my previous company, we would refuse support if the customer insisted on using either. Vista is notorious for crashing and exhibiting all types of incompatibility issues. XP's a lot more stable. Can you upgrade/sidegrade away from Vista?
I purchased a new desktop just as Vista came out, and then saw the reviews - left it in the box unopened until they brought out Seven, and had Seven-Pro installed on that never used desktop as an upgrade.
Seven, for me, was a logical step from XP.
 
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