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I updated to 10.6.4 and Safari 5.

Unfortunately latest flash version 10.1 causes crash on my Hackintosh. Without flash, safari works nicely.
But when i opened a page includes flash, it freeze my dock and my left click.

I found the solution. If you have same problem, you can try this.

Uninstall your 10.1 flash version. You can download uninstaller from here.
http://kb2.adobe.com...1/tn_14157.html

And install Flash 10r45 v2. (flashplayer10r45_2_ub_mac.dmg)
http://fpdownload.ma...p10_archive.zip

It solved this problem.

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I have the same problem, but what's special about 10r45? Was that the version 1 public release before 10.1?

I am thinking of doing something more conservative, which is to disable plugins in Safari while the current Flash version and current Safari version don't work well with each other, and also use other browsers instead.

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I have the same problem, but what's special about 10r45? Was that the version 1 public release before 10.1?

I am thinking of doing something more conservative, which is to disable plugins in Safari while the current Flash version and current Safari version don't work well with each other, and also use other browsers instead.


Same problem , i have read that the problem is when you enable quartz with osx86 tools

Any other solution ?

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I use to have same problem,so i discovered "ClickToFlash" google it,
Speeded up my safari ,and the bonus is i don have to look of all the crappy adds flashing anymore. :)

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Same problem , i have read that the problem is when you enable quartz with osx86 tools

Any other solution ?

You mean QuartzGL? Its broken and never meant to be used.

I use to have same problem,so i discovered "ClickToFlash" google it,
Speeded up my safari ,and the bonus is i don have to look of all the crappy adds flashing anymore. :)

Or Flashless

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How do you remove flash to degrade it and where is it installed can't see it in app folder..?

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How do you remove flash to degrade it and where is it installed can't see it in app folder..?

Look here

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Thanks and here is the flash player that works with safari and code to uninstall the new one..

put this in the terminal

sudo pkgutil --forget com.adobe.pkg.FlashPlayer
sudo /bin/rm -rf /Library/Internet\ Plug-Ins/Flash\ Player.plugin

flash player 10r45

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=ZM44OKXC





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