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# 177897 18-Aug-2015 11:34
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Lately I have been getting a lot of shockwave plugin errors using google chrome when loading websites such as stuff.co.nz ...

 


a plugin (shockwave flash) is not responding

This happens on both my laptop and desktop  . 


anyone else noticed this? 

(windows 10 64bit). 

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  # 1368507 18-Aug-2015 11:36
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Yea, I've noticed this happening a lot the last few days.
Not sure, guess it's something to do with the latest Chrome version.

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  # 1368574 18-Aug-2015 12:59
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Yes also noticed this.




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  # 1368576 18-Aug-2015 13:03
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it is annoying, no obvious fix  -- some people have disabled built-in flash and installed adobe flash with varying results. 


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  # 1368582 18-Aug-2015 13:11
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I thought chrome doesn't do flash. I must be years behind the times. But yes i saw this once.




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  # 1368584 18-Aug-2015 13:13
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surfisup1000: it is annoying, no obvious fix  -- some people have disabled built-in flash and installed adobe flash with varying results. 



you could try Chrome canary , i have used it for months and i dont seem to get the error. 




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  # 1368602 18-Aug-2015 13:43
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correct me if i'm wrong, but isn't Canary just another word for beta?




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  # 1370303 19-Aug-2015 14:35
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Yep also getting this. I am on Win10, Chrome Version 44.0.2403.155.

Bloody annoying. 




 

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  # 1370321 19-Aug-2015 15:10
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You using 32 or 64 bit Chrome? I use the 64 bit version and do not seem to be having these issues.





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  # 1370331 19-Aug-2015 15:26
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Not sure about a proper fix, but you should be able to disable Flash by going to chrome://plugins




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  # 1370335 19-Aug-2015 15:40
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Yup it has been driving me CRAZY for days, I was just about to post about it!

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  # 1370336 19-Aug-2015 15:42
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Its funny, and only anecdotal....
but personally I find I have less issues running chrome 64 bit beta, than I used to have running the 32bit stable release.

People moaned that chrome didn't play nice with windows 10. but with 64bit beta, I've had zero issues.
No issues with flash either.

Try that?


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  # 1370338 19-Aug-2015 15:49
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May I ask why you use the 64-bit beta and not the 64-bit release version?





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  # 1370340 19-Aug-2015 16:01
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Getting it fairly often on one PC - 64 bit W7. Not sure if the W10 computer's doing it.

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  # 1370376 19-Aug-2015 16:36
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Glad its not just me. Tried disabling one plugin that was not saved in the chrome directory but that was no help.

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  # 1370811 20-Aug-2015 11:10
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Anyone else got a suggestion? it's crashing almost constantly.


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