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    7.5.2 or Adobe issue?

    I am running 7.5.2 on a Win 7 64 and I recently had two blue screen crashes with Adobe Connect for net meetings since moving to 7.5.2. I am curious if anyone else is having this issue or maybe it is Adobe Connect?

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    Re: 7.5.2 or Adobe issue?

    Quote Originally Posted by DavidJoseph View Post
    I am running 7.5.2 on a Win 7 64 and I recently had two blue screen crashes with Adobe Connect for net meetings since moving to 7.5.2. I am curious if anyone else is having this issue or maybe it is Adobe Connect?

    Thanks,
    Dj

    I have confirmed, this is an issue. I think it has something to do with the registry watch / sandbox as Adobe Connect is a Flash function to which communications can be made like video. When the blue screen happens, it is mentioned that there is a driver issue as well.

    Because I have to use Adobe Connect, I have had to uninstall 7.5.2 a install Eeye Personal.
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    Re: 7.5.2 or Adobe issue?

    what version of adobe flash are you using? the current 11.2 RC seems a bit flaky to me, it freezes my system at random times, requiring a cold boot. the current release 11.1 works fine - so i have used the adobe uninstaller prog & reverted. i do not use 'adobe connect' so your mileage may vary .
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    Re: 7.5.2 or Adobe issue?

    kronckew,

    Some Good news. I had some time to trouble shoot. I did do the update for Adobe Flash and I then under Web Control set up a policy to permit all access to my Adobe Connect meetings site. After testing, all is good.

    Thanks for sharing your ideas... This is one of the most helpful forums I have been on.

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    Re: 7.5.2 or Adobe issue?

    you're welcome. glad you got it working.
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