Note: If Internet Explorer consistently crashes when viewing Flash content, the crash may be the result of ActionScript code, system performance, and/or memory allocation.
To optimize ActionScript code and prevent memory issues that may lead to a crash, delete variables when you no longer need them. While it is better to delete variables you no longer need, you can set unused variables to null to enhance performance.
Use the log generated by the Mac OS X Crash Reporter. For information about this log, see Apple Technical Note TN2123.
Follow the instructions in the article "Introducing the Flash Player bug and issue management system."
Include the information listed below to help us diagnose the crash:
- System information (OS version, etc)
- Browser information
- Number of tabs open
- Reproduction steps
- Link to the Flash Player public bug report submitted above.
NOTE: If for some reason you are unable to create a Flash Player public bug as described above, please attach .mdmp crash log files to your webcase.
NOTE: Crash-related bug reports are immediately made private to prevent exposing your system information to the public. After filing the bug report you will not be able to see it again. Please note the bug report number.
- When opening a developer-specific support case, please supply FLA/MXML source that reproduces the issue.