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Last edited at 9:57PM on 4/28/2012
I found the work around for shockwave crash Type about:plugins (in your browser). On the right side of the page (upper right corner is a "Details Link"--click it. This will expand everything You should see 2 different version of Shockwave Flash click DISABLE for the Google Home Brew Version You can tell it's the Google Home Brew version as the Installation location will have "CHROME" in the link. It will look something like this...(at the end of the long line). ......Application DataGoogleChromeApplication11.0.696.65gcswf32.dll The one you want to KEEP enabled will look something like this.... install location......system32MacromedFlashNPSWF32.dll Also, you'll have to go back to ADOBE and Maually install Shockwave http://get.adobe.com/shockwave/thankyou/? installer=Shockwave_18.104.22.1680_Windows_Slim_Other_Browsers
You can easily fix shockwave flash crashes in google chrome by first accessing the chrome and typing about: plugins within the address bar. Then, search for flash within the list of plugins and click on "+ Details" link. Lastly, download and save to the PC the latest or newest Adobe standalone version of Flash. Check out techlogon.com/2011/08/11/shockwave-flash-crashes-in-google-chrome/ for more information.
If you are using the installed Flash (3 files), expand it, disable pepperflash. Works for me so far. If not, if you have Realdownloader plugins, try disabling those. There was a problem with Realdownloader and FF where you had to do the same for crashes in FF.