Shockwave

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  1. teak

    teak New Member

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    Sockwave keeps crashing, how can that be stopped? :redface:

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    Saltgrass Excellent Member
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    You might start by disabling it in your browser and then seeing if there is an update. The last update I show in Firefox was Oct. 2012.
     
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    I am using google chrome, where can I find it?
     
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    I tried typing in chrome:plugins in the address bar, nothing happens. May be I should just remove Adobe flash player.
     
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    You tried opening the Add-on/Plugins section in Chrome and there is no reference to Shockwave Flash?

    Maybe, as you suggest, just go straight to Adobe.

    Adobe - Install Adobe Flash Player

    Anytime you download something like this, watch for any special extra downloads, like toolbars...and try not to let them load.
     

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