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One of my primary browsers has been Chrome, which did the job for me. Up until recently Flash Player worked fine until I had to manually enable Flash for every page. The last time Flash worked it asked me to execute Flash only once, I didn't expect it to block Flash completely from that point.

There are multiple, sources, of, instructions about enabling Flash (or similair plugins) but none of them seemed to work for me. I've enabled Flash Player in the Plugins-settings from Chrome but that didn't change a thing, the only result I get when I see something in Flash: "Couldn't load plugin".

Is there something I'm missing about enabling Flash in Chrome or should I start scouting for another browser? I rely on Flash for my job so I currently don't have another option.

  • have you tried chrome update? there are some new restriction added for flash recently – emirjonb Jul 17 '15 at 9:57
  • Great question; My version is 43.0.2357.124 m, while the latest version should be 43.0.2357.134. Unfortunately I can't run the updater right now. – Coded Monkey Jul 17 '15 at 10:05
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    I think is the update problem, i have heard about this during the past week. – emirjonb Jul 17 '15 at 10:07
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Agreed with comments.

Update your browser because flash encountered a big vulnerability, then they blocked to use it until adobe won't release a new ersion. If you update your chrome you will get the newest flash, and it will work again. (I had the problem some days ago too)

  • I had to wait for the IT department to update Chrome on my pc, but the update fixed the problem. – Coded Monkey Oct 18 '15 at 22:23

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