How to Fix Shockwave Flash Crashes in Google Chrome

Thanks to my friend, farmer Christine who shared the link to the original article by Kelly Clay

Read on... recently published an article on how to prevent Google Chrome Shockwave Flash crashes; being FarmVille players we all know how often Chrome freezes up during game play driving players frustrated and angry. Kelly Clay, the author of Lockergnome seems to have dug out the reason behind these frequent Chrome accidents. Unlike other browsers — such as Firefox and Internet Explorer, which call upon the Flash installation of the host system — Chrome includes an internal Flash installation. Sometimes, this isn’t a problem for new Chrome users.

Other times, the duplicate installation of Adobe Flash on the OS and in Chrome will cause a conflict. When this happens, Chrome will lag, you may experience temporary lockup, or you will experience a complete a browser-wide crash of all active Flash instances. The result will cause Chrome to display the yellow bar crash warning: “The following plug-in has crashed: Shockwave Flash.” So how can you fix this? The author has well explained the method in this article. Click open the link below to read: