How to repair your shockwave flash chrome when it crashes
When a pop-up window on a Google Chrome browser says that your Shockwave Flash Chrome plug-in has crashed, this might be frustrating. However, there are some ways that you can prevent another incident from happening. An unresponsive script error in Shockwave Flash chrome might be a result of incompatibility on your browser and your Shockwave Player. What you can do is to make sure that you have the latest version of the browser and you need to reinstall your Shockwave Player. Google Chrome has also its own version of Flash especially when you install chrome so you need to figure out if the version of the regular flash might be the cause of the crash. If the regular Flash of Google Chrome is disabled then it uses the plug-in version of Flash Player if it is installed on the system.
The shockwave flash chrome plug-in consists of active-x and other components and sometimes it creates a conflict in the system. You can repair the Windows Registry by adjusting the setting on your Windows and setting up the registry cleaner software online to repair some errors.
For further issues with the shockwave flash chrome, you need select the Add/Remove in the Control Panel to remove Shockwave. If you recently downloaded the installer for a new version of Google Chrome then you need to run the installer and follow the instructions on how to install it.
If you are having trouble on installing the Shockwave Flash Chrome then you need to check the browser setting first. Check the security level and make sure that it allows the viewing of active-x controls. Also, check if you have administrator access so you can install the Shockwave Player. You may also want to check the firewall and utility settings and make sure that it does not block the active-x controls and shockwave content.
You can also download an alternate Shockwave Player installer if an issue still occurs. You need to close all applications first and then run the installer.