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Google Chrome Flash issues

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So since yesterday I've been getting this message: "Adobe Flash Player was out of date" and I get it on every website requiring Flash including CDC at times.

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Its getting annoying and I've installed the new Adobe plug-in update plenty of times now, restarted the browser, restarted the computer (OS X). Apparently a lot of people are having this issue since the start of September on Chrome.

I might just have to go back to Firefox even though I love Chrome, its getting really annoying to press "Run This time" every time I open a page. Anyone know how to fix it?

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You're like the only guy I know who doesn't have porn in his quick launch.

I've been having a similar problem, my flash crashes frequently in the shortest of videos. Maybe the new flash player is faulty.

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I've been having the same issue.

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Try clearing the cache browser history in 'settings'. Not sure if that will help, but I clear the cache often with Chrome and haven't had too many crashes....not sure if the two are related though.

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Try clearing the cache browser history in 'settings'. Not sure if that will help, but I clear the cache often with Chrome and haven't had too many crashes....not sure if the two are related though.

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This problem happens to me all the time on my Mac at work using Chrome. Happens sometimes on my PC at home also with Chrome. It'll be interesting to see how it can be fixed, I am using the most up to date version of Adobe and have updated my computer with the latest update.

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Happening to me too, also my youtube to mp3 thing that I use isn't working either,,, maybe because of that? I know Google blocked most of them though so I dunno.

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Google better fix their browser quickly before I go back to Firefox.

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Download CCleaner. It clears out all the junk and stuff.

Run it often, like once every day, or two days.

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Download CCleaner. It clears out all the junk and stuff.

Run it often, like once every day, or two days.

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It did for me... I was having the exact same problem, till I started running CCleaner regularly.

Of course, it actually might be because I upgraded my ram... As Google Flash takes up a lot of memory...

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I had this problem once. I had both Firefox and IE installed. So I uninstalled IE, re-DL'ed flash, and it cleared up the problem

So if you have two browsers, try uninstalling one

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I had this problem once. I had both Firefox and IE installed. So I uninstalled IE, re-DL'ed flash, and it cleared up the problem

So if you have two browsers, try uninstalling one

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