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Discussion in 'Windows 7 Help and Support' started by teak, Jan 16, 2013.
Sockwave keeps crashing, how can that be stopped? teak
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.
I am using google chrome, where can I find it?
If Chrome has an Add-ons options page, you might be able to get it through there, otherwise, look on the Shockwave Flash page.. See if this helps any.. How To Fix Shockwave Flash Crashes in Google Chrome - How-To Geek
I tried typing in chromelugins in the address bar, nothing happens. May be I should just remove Adobe flash player.
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.