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Problem with Adobe Flash Player crashing in Chrome


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Marieukxx

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Hi guys,

 

I have a new issue with Adobe Flash Player and Chrome. Sad I know but I like to watch the live streaming of BBUS. I noticed this year (never had this issue before) that after about 3 hours or so flash player crashes. I looked up on google and found a fix but it's not really the best. Basically I totally deleted off Adobe Shockwave player and also disabled Adobe Flash Player in Chrome:plugins. This worked and I was able o watch the video streaming without it crashing after hours. The only problem is some other streaming sources require adobe flash and say i's disabled and also the chat room that we chat in whilst watching the stream will not load unless adobe flash is enabled.

 

I didn't have this issue last year. The only new thing is that I upgraded to widows 10. I've checked or chrome updates and it says it's up to date. Also fixes in google suggest two players may be installed and competing but under plugins I only see one. 


Edited by Marieukxx, 27 June 2016 - 08:51 AM.

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I finally managed to fix this myself. This can be marked as solved. Thanks


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