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The plugin of Adobe Flash on Google Chrome lets you access Flash video and audio contents online. It is recommended to allow it to run on a website that you trust. That is because security vulnerabilities are found frequently in Adobe Flash Player. When accessing a site with Flash content, you may run into many different situations and errors depending on the status of the plugin on Google Chrome. It could be that its setting is not configured the right way to make Flash content load up.
You might also come across errors such as Adobe Flash blocked since it is running out of date, Shockwave Flash is not responding, plugin not supported, or could not load plugin. All these situations are covered here and ways to resolve them. If any of the Chrome plugins not working the way you want it, take the necessary step to make the content load.
If you are visiting a Flash included site and run into the Flash Player not working on Chrome issue, you may have to change the plugin’s setting to allow the site to run it.
If you configure this setting, then Google Chrome will ask for permissions to run Flash each time you open a site. The web browser recommends users to enable the setting for Flash. Usually it is enabled by default, yet check if someone else has changed or configured it to block Flash.
A Flash content may get blocked if the Adobe Flash plugin on Chrome is not up to date. So follow the below steps to update it.
Updating the web browser to the latest version can make it more stable, especially if Google has come up with bug fixes. Installing the latest update can resolve Chrome plugins not working or any other issues with the browser.
Get the plugin of Flash Player only from the website of Adobe. Search “Download Adobe Flash Player for Chrome” on Google and open the respective link. Make sure to select the correct operating system and choose the PPAPI or Chromium option prior to clicking on the Download Now button. Follow the instructions to install the plugin for the Chrome browser.
When browsing a Flash site, users tend to come across “The following plugin has crashed” error message or the icon of the plugin. If Flash does not restart automatically, then you can force close it. For that, follow the steps mentioned below.
If you face Chrome plugins not working issues despite trying all these things, then get in touch with our browser support professionals through the toll-free number for advanced troubleshooting.