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Shockwave Flash Crashes

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  • Started 3 years ago by ULovMeforever
  • Latest reply from StringJunky
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Posted yesterday 
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Being on the internet my shockwave Flash keeps crashing my computer. I have windows 7 Ultimate (64-bit) Can someone please help me fix this problem I am having...

Posted 3 years ago
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Are you using Chrome? If so check here

Posted 3 years ago
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If you persist in having problems after using Ronnie's suggestion, you might like to try this version of Chrome which doesn't crash. You can run it beside your existing Chrome to see if it suits you. You can import bookmarks from Google Chrome to Dragon by clicking Dragon icon > Bookmarks > Import Bookmarks and Settings > From: Chrome > Import. You will gain some nice security features but it's basically the same in operation. i'm a big Chrome fan myself but gave up on Google's version after it kept causing me problems.


Posted 3 years ago

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