Thursday, 21 November 2013

Stop the Shockwave Flash Chrome crash


If you are running two versions of Flash at the same time then it is better to turn off one of them. Go through this tutorial to turn it off.


For this, click Chrome’s address bar typing typechrome://plugins and this takes you to Chrome’s Plug-in page. Look at the listing for Adobe Flash Player. In case, it shows two files then there is problem. Furthermore, you need to click “Details” available near the upper-right corner of the browser window. There will be two .dll files listed. By checking its location, you can see which Chrome is which.
In your App data Chrome folder, Chrome’s built-in version will be there. Its path is:
C:\Users\yourlogon\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\PepperFlash\11.9.900.117\pepflashplayer.dll.
In Windows folder, Adobe’s version will be present. Its path is:

Both of them have a “Disable” link. You can disable any one of them. If it will not work for you then uninstall and reinstall Flash. Moreover, you can also try disabling some extensions. For this, go to chrome://settings, and click on “Extensions” on the left.
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