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Shockwave Flash Crashes

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For the past few weeks, I get this crash warning almost every few minutes. I uninstalled Adobe's Shockwave Flash and reinstalled, but the problem remains. I have Windows 64-bit home OS and use Google Chrome and Firefox and occasionally IE, but no difference. How can I get out of this pain-in-the-butt situation?
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Disable Integrated or External Version of Shockwave Flash
Download Shockwave Flash Uninstaller and then Reinstall it
Test Shockwave Flash Player Installation
Delete Cookies, Web History & Downloaded Data
Re-register Shockwave Flash Files

Reference for exact procedure to do these: http://www.pcmech.co...hockwave-flash/
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