What to Do To Stop Shock wave Flash Crashing In Google Chrome
If you experience Shock wave Flash crashing in Google Chrome, follow our tips to get rid of that.
- Upgrade to the latest version
Google Chrome comes its own Adobe Flash Player. Hence, it becomes important that you upgrade the Flash along with the Google Chrome. Adding to that, Adobe says that the older versions of Chrome had a known bug that impacted the Flash performance. But the new version is free from that bug. Hence, it would be better to upgrade.
To update the latest version:
- Go to the “Help and about” via clicking on the three horizontal lines available in the top-right hand side of the page.
- This will allow chrome to see the updates available and process downloading.
- Once the downloading is completed, Relaunch Chrome by clicking on the given button.
- Update drivers
So, you are having the issue, despite having the latest version of Chrome. In that case, it could be the out-of-date drivers causing the problem. So, ensure that you update your drivers and get the latest graphic cards.
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