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In the end I tried a reset of the SMC which in my case meant powering down, removing the battery and pressing the Power button for 5 seconds. On restart, I opened Safari showing only a single blank page and the Flash player showed for a brief period at about 5 - 7% activity. I also saw in another thread, the idea that the new version of the Flash plugin (which is what is now needed) comes with an uninstaller and that some have had success by using this then reinstalling. Flash Safari are eating more than double of CPU-Usage as in 10.5.8 😟
That has the effect, that Safri Flash are one prozess again and the cpu-usage goes down like in 10.5.8. Thank you for the advice, that sounds like a useful little tip for the time being, though it still leaves the problem unsolved.
When it still doesn't work, you can change another USB cable and have a try. If i Tunes won't sync with i Pod, it's necessary to make sure that your computer is authorized, especially when you connect your i Pod on a new computer. Restart the computer It's annoying to restart the computer, but you must find that sometimes restarting the computer will fix the problem get i Tunes to work.You can browse the web with Safari and watch You Tube videos with Wi-Fi.You can also search, preview, and buy songs from the i Tunes Wi-Fi Music Store on i Pod touch.thread ID=2133658&tstart=0 The only way to solve the problem is to switch Safari into the 32Bit-Mode (Safari.app, Right-click, Information, activate 32Bit-Mode).That has the effect, that Safri Flash are one prozess again and the cpu-usage goes down like in 10.5.8. I experienced this a couple of days ago and no matter what I did with Safari, Sleep, restarts and the like, I was unable to get this to behave properly: the fans would creep up and hit max within a short time. I have the same problem with flash in Snow Leopard.