Very relevant and useful. February 9, 2012 freeman Thumbs up if your viewing this on Chrome ! If you have conflicting software on your system, you should update it to the latest version, disable it, or uninstall it. If Adobe cannot address these concerns I think it behooves everyone to begin the moves away from its use however painful. this content
The general flakiness of the system (and the reason it has persisted for years despite significant engineering effort invested) effectively boils down to the fact that there's so much communication happening Re: Firefox keeps telling me my Shockwave Player is "unresponsive"? benb46654231 Dec 24, 2015 11:56 AM (in response to heavywulf) The short answer is to remove the Adobe Flash install. When you update Chrome, it also updates the version of Flash. http://www.howtogeek.com/103292/how-to-fix-shockwave-flash-crashes-in-google-chrome/
Just like vacuuming inside of your couch cushions, you'll be shocked at how much nonsense you'll find. Published 01/17/12 SHOW ARCHIVED READER COMMENTS (59) Comments (59) January 17, 2012 Nicklas Thanks, been dealing with some crashes lately! February 8, 2012 João Sampaio Isn't the Chrome one faster than the OS's version? You’ll see an improvement in responsiveness and efficiency for many sites." Flash has never been supported by iOS, and was removed from Android some years ago.
However, if does not, what to do then? Cheers Chosen solution I fixed it. Loading... Shockwave Flash Has Crashed I really think the folks at Adobe have changed their code in such a way as to make more problems for the Firefox community and the onus is on them to
Loading... Shockwave Flash Isn't Responding Chrome Tech Reviews Tech News Tech How To Best Tech Reviews Tech Buying Advice Laptop Reviews PC Reviews Printer Reviews Smartphone Reviews Tablet Reviews Wearables Reviews Storage Reviews Antivirus Reviews Latest Deals wtsmith1020 Sep 30, 2015 12:47 PM (in response to heavywulf) I have the same issue, and none of the suggested workarounds mentioned above has removed it (and I tried them all).
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Sorry to hear about the crashing. Chrome Conflicts I'd typically see the plugin hang first on Firefox and it was stick-a-fork-in-it time after that. Have you tried disabling it? Is there even a way to safely remove the integrated version?
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Sometimes a script does not respond in Shockwave and it crashes, but more often than not the only flash problems that I have are at YouTube.com, and I always have to CB MediaProductions 222,105 views 3:15 Fix Adobe Flash crashing on 64-bit systems!! - Duration: 6:08. FF is not telling me Shockwave or Shockwave for Director needs updating etc. have a peek at these guys Carm01 Dec 24, 2015 10:28 PM (in response to benb46654231) good luck brother, just trying to offer some advice Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Go to original post Actions More Like
A native sandboxing solution allows us to drop all of that Protected Mode stuff, it makes it *much* easier to determine where a particular problem lies, and we solve the problem Test Shockwave This is what happened after I disabled hardware acceleration and disabled "protected mode." Everything worked for a bit, and then went back to hanging and crashing. Hello?
The NPAPI plug-in interface in Firefox has gone largely unchanged since the '90s, and back in 2012 when we saw the shift in the malware space to state-sponsored hacking and well-funded Firefox will never use the built in version to windows period! The answer is I am not entirely sure. Chrome Pdf Viewer (2 Files) Now, if only there was a more solid alternative for Flash, or heaven forbid, Adobe get's there sh*t together.
The third one is: C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\17.0.963.46\gcswf32.dll What should I do with this one? Solved the problem for me Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 10. I get crashes in the Internal Google one and the OS stand-alone one . check my blog I've posted a lot of troubleshooting steps and background information on the relevant threads.Some basics would be really helpful:https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1195540 Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 20.
The filename of each plug-in will be listed next to Location. Having lived through the release of 11.3 and working very closely with the community, I totally get the frustration that this issue can cause.Do you have a sense for when this Re: Firefox keeps telling me my Shockwave Player is "unresponsive"? The answer is I am not entirely sure.
I ran across this same problem several years ago, and that was the fix, but it's been so long since then that I completely forgot about this fix. I have really wanted to get this straightened out because I just got a new computer and am hoping to keep it in good shape. I'd greatly appreciate some help here! Sound off in the comments.
January 19, 2012 Mo you can do and change and even screw your chrome bbuy playing in here chrome://chrome-urls/ Do on your own risk and if you dont know what you That advice ranks out there along with disabling protected mode. Visit Windows Advisor for more Windows advice. Sign in to add this to Watch Later Add to Loading playlists...
Nothing with its use seems to operate consistently.Attemps I've made to ameliorate the problems seem to work temporarily, but then return within a day or two. You can stop the plugin now, or you can continue to see if the plugin will complete.[Continue] [Stop plugin]This message pops up at least three or four times before my video