I thought so, i updated the drivers a couple of days ago and that fixed the game crashing, now i think its the Nvidia card and Flash clashing, im going to try and run it off the in built graphics and see if it still has the problems, i have seen some things where Nvidia said it was Flash problems so they would not fix anything, then Adobe blaming Nvidia and saying they wont fix anything so meh we shall see. Just making sure before i start taking out the graphics card and doing all that when its actually another problem, thanks for your help guys.
Now hold on, ells. Nvidia and Adobe flash player have nothing to do with each other. Flash is a software based player, sure you need some sort of graphics to run Windows, but it's so software based that your graphics don't matter. You can try disabling hardware acceleration, but I doubt this is your problem. DirectX also has nothing to do with adobe flash player either.
It could also be your memory or hard drive, but seeing as you aren't getting complete locks or blue screen or artifacts, it's hard to tell. Easiest things you can try is pulling out one stick of memory at a time and trying it, removing your video card and trying integrated graphics, or putting in your old video card. Please also try disabling hardware acceleration by right-clicking a video, going to Settings and unchecking the box.