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    microsoft visual c++ runtime library runtime error r6025

    Pure virtual function call. program:C/program files (x86) mozilla firefox/plugin-container.exe. I get this error while on facebook, either playing a game or just reading the news feed. My browser freezes and my CPU usage goes up to 75%. I have firefox 30.0 and the newest flashplayer. I have windows 8.1. I have searced Microsoft and Firefox help, but to no avail. I hope someone here can tell me what to do to fix this.
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    According to Description of the R6025 run-time error in Visual C++ the solution is to rewrite the code causing the error. Does this happen with IE?

    Joe

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    Hi Joe, thank you for your reply. I don't use IE, so I really don't know. I use firefox and chrome. I have never gotten this error message while on facebook on chrome. I also unchecked the hardware accelerator in firefox and adobe flash, but it didn't help.
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    Karen

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    Have you run Windows Update recently to see if there is anything for the C++ runtime?

    Have you tried uninstalling and reinstalling FF?

    Joe

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    I just installed 14 windows updates. Maybe one of those will help. Yes, I have uninstalled and reinstalled FF several times. I am on the beta version 30.0. contemplated going back to the non beta one. I only get the messages when I am on facebook. Never on any other web page. I checked my drivers for updates also as was recommended in one of the articles.
    May you be blessed today,

    Karen

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