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ILL Tek FAQ, Common Fixes, and References:UNDER CONSTRUCTION<<<<

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edited July 2013 in IllTek
As i get time im going to add more and more answers to problems that have been solved across the net. so before making a thread asking a question always check here first. or if another member needs help we can copy and paste the fix from here.

im going to sticky this thread when i get a decent amount of fixes etc in here


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    this crash happens because there are two or more instances of shockwave flash on you computer. one is the stand alone player that is downloaded from the falsh website, the other exists as a plugin in the confines of your internet browser (chrome, firefox, safari etc [internet explorer uses the stand alone intsallation that is obtained and updated from the flash website). the crash will happen everytime google chrome cant decide which flash to use (the plugin or the stand alone installation)


    in your address bar type in ...... chrome://plugins/ ... then click enter on your keyboard.

    then when the plugins page/list opens up, click details


    Each plug-in section should now be expanded, displaying all pertinent details. Locate the Adobe Flash Player plug-in section. If multiple files are associated with this plug-in, this will be noted directly to the right of its name. In this example you will notice that there are two files shown, one located within a subfolder belonging to Google Chrome and the other in a Windows system folder.

    Your individual configuration may differ from the one depicted in the screen shot below. If you do have two files associated with Adobe Flash Player, first determine which file is internal to Google Chrome. This can be discerned by locating the words Google and Chrome within the Location path. In newer versions of Chrome, this file will be called pepflashplayer.dll. Once found, click on the accompanying Disable link. Chrome will now be forced to utilize the standalone version of Adobe Flash when needed and your problem should be solved.


    YOUR GOAL IS TO DISABLE THE >>FLASH PLUG-IN<< IN CHROME and just use the one that is installed with windows. you may need an update to the stand alone flash player if you have been using chrome for a while. so make sure its up to date.
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