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Flashplayer issue in firefox?or codec issue maybe are all upto date mate and have you installed vlc player (helps with some codecs like matroska mkv files I believe). :) There was a flashplayer issue previously in fedora not sure if its relevant since a 64 bit issue I think but check it out,https://ask.fedoraproject.org/en/question/38678/drm-flash-videos/ bon chance.

Flashplayer issue in firefox?or codec issue maybe are all upto date mate and have you installed vlc player (helps with some codecs like matroska mkv files I believe). :) There was a flashplayer issue previously in fedora not sure if its relevant since a 64 bit issue I think but check it out,https://ask.fedoraproject.org/en/question/38678/drm-flash-videos/ bon chance.chance. I have to point out that security wise postinstallerf is not part of the distro through fedora but a separate entity and so if fastidious about system integrity it is not advised ,but saying that i use it so down to the individuals choice and at the close of business it does save typing when setting up, (:^D)

Flashplayer issue in firefox?or codec issue maybe are all upto date mate and have you installed vlc player (helps with some codecs like matroska mkv files I believe). :) There was a flashplayer issue previously in fedora not sure if its relevant since a 64 bit issue I think but check it out,https://ask.fedoraproject.org/en/question/38678/drm-flash-videos/ bon chance. I have to point out that security wise postinstallerf is not part of the distro through fedora but a separate entity and so if fastidious about system integrity it is not advised ,but saying that i use it so down to the individuals choice and at the close of business it does save typing when setting up, up,Is your connection good as well and are the times when you are having troubles during peak internet usage times. (:^D)

Flashplayer issue in firefox?or codec issue maybe are all upto date mate and have you installed vlc player (helps with some codecs like matroska mkv files I believe). :) There was a flashplayer issue previously in fedora not sure if its relevant since a 64 bit issue I think but check it out,https://ask.fedoraproject.org/en/question/38678/drm-flash-videos/ bon chance. I have to point out that security wise postinstallerf is not part of the distro through fedora but a separate entity and so if fastidious about system integrity it is not advised ,but saying that i use it so down to the individuals choice and at the close of business it does save typing when setting up,Is your connection good as well and are the times when you are having troubles during peak internet usage times. (:^D)(:^D) http://www.wieistmeineip.de/speedtest/

Flashplayer issue in firefox?or codec issue maybe are all upto date mate and have you installed vlc player (helps with some codecs like matroska mkv files I believe). :) There was a flashplayer issue previously in fedora not sure if its relevant since a 64 bit issue I think but check it out,https://ask.fedoraproject.org/en/question/38678/drm-flash-videos/ bon chance. I have to point out that security wise postinstallerf is not part of the distro through fedora but a separate entity and so if fastidious about system integrity it is not advised ,but saying that i use it so down to the individuals choice and at the close of business it does save typing when setting up,Is your connection good as well and are the times when you are having troubles during peak internet usage times. (:^D) http://www.wieistmeineip.de/speedtest/http://www.broadbandspeedchecker.co.uk/

Flashplayer issue in firefox?or codec issue maybe are all upto date mate and have you installed vlc player (helps with some codecs like matroska mkv files I believe). :) There was a flashplayer issue previously in fedora not sure if its relevant since a 64 bit issue I think but check it out,https://ask.fedoraproject.org/en/question/38678/drm-flash-videos/ out, https://ask.fedoraproject.org/en/question/38678/drm-flash-videos/ bon chance. I have to point out that security wise postinstallerf is not part of the distro through fedora but a separate entity and so if fastidious about system integrity it is not advised ,but saying that i use it so down to the individuals choice and at the close of business it does save typing when setting up,Is your connection good as well and are the times when you are having troubles during peak internet usage times. (:^D) http://www.broadbandspeedchecker.co.uk/