Sunday, December 9, 2012

Solution For Shockwave Flash Crashes in Google Chrome

When we view the website with Chrome gladly, and suddenly suffered this problem-"The following plug-in has crashed:Shockwave Flash". How bad is this? 
So I want to find a reliable solution on the problem shockwave flash has crashed.
May be it's google chrome's problem. We choose Chrome as the default web browser for it’s fast speed, stable. Or maybe someone like Google, so use chrome. Yes, Google is an American multinational corporation which provides Internet-related products and services, including internet search, cloud computing, software and advertising technologies. So their Chrome web browser is reliable to us.  However, some chrome users have suffered that Adobe’s Shockwave Flash plugin has crashed.

Someone explained, "It’s likely not a Google problem, but an Adobe one.  The software maker has dealt with numerous security issues with Flash, Reader and their other apps.  This isn’t a security hole, but simply a problem with the extension crashing and causing Chrome to have problems of unresponsiveness."

Now How to solve the problem-"The following plug-in has crashed:Shockwave Flash"

Go to the adobe flash player download website, we will see these sentense if you have installed the plugin, "Your Google Chrome browser already includes Adobe® Flash® Player built-in. Google Chrome will automatically update when new versions of Flash Player are available." And check that the shockwave flash plugin is the newest version. 
Now you can click to add a new tab, and input "chrome://plugins". For example, 
 Note: If you've previously installed Adobe Flash Player separately, you'll see two files listed for the plug-in. If both are listed as enabled, the version bundled with Chrome will be used. 
Solution: you could disable the shockwave flash plugin and enable again. Restart the Chrome, and reopen the website you viewed, now it will be work well.
More info on shockwave flash plugin crash, suggest you visit:Flash Player Help / Flash Player with Google Chrome