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I want to play flash games on my netbook, but the run very slow. any way to speed them up? maybe somehow disable video acceleration or sound/video?

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Apart from upgrading your hardware and/or updating to Flash 10.2, there's nothing much that can be done

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I do have Flash 10.2 r152. I read on web that the newest versions are slower. so maybe downgrading is a good option? – IAdapter Apr 4 '11 at 7:58
Not sure of 10.2 is slower. Worth a shot to downgrade, but I doubt if that'll help – Sathya Apr 4 '11 at 8:35
thx for answer, I can't upgrade hardware on the laptop. it was just not created for newage flash games, but just for surfing the net and watching movies. – IAdapter Apr 4 '11 at 15:35
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that might help

Disable Flash Hardware Acceleration?

Unfortunately, many people on the AMD forums reported problems when they enable flash hardware acceleration. By default, flash hardware acceleration is enabled, so you might want to disable it if you have any problems with flash.

Right-click on a YouTube or flash video and click on Settings. Uncheck “Enable Hardware Acceleration”:

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