Updating opera flash 9
In this post, we will see how to disable or enable Adobe Flash Player in Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera browsers on Windows 10/8/7.First of all, ensure that you have indeed downloaded Adobe Flash and installed it properly on your Windows computer and updated it to its latest version.
Almost from one day to the other suddenly Adobes Flash plugin stopped working.
Excerpt from the crash log: __PAGEZERO 0000000000000000-0000000000001000 [ 4K] ---/--- SM=NUL /Volumes/VOLUME/Install Adobe Flash Player.app/Contents/Mac OS/Install Adobe Flash Player VM_ALLOCATE 0000000000001000-00000000000d2000 [ 836K] ---/--- SM=NUL Application Specific Information: objc: garbage collection is OFF Just found another issue with the PPAPI plugin: For whatever reason the "click to play"-setting doesn't work anymore. I didnt have any problems when installing PPAPI flash on my system with OS X 10.7.
Maybe try to uninstalling Flash and try from scratch.
You have adobe flash NPAPI installed which is not the latest version of flash. We received a couple of complain from users with NPAPI plugin and we decided to inform users to upgrade to the latest version. OK, I finally got Flash working again when installing the PPAPI-plugin "Flash Player content debugger for Opera and Chromium based applications – PPAPI" from https:// recommended installer for PPAPI doesn't work on my system (it always crashes), so I hope the debugger plugin doesn't have any downsides for normal users. Because when testing a couple of things to get Flash running again, indeed I already tried to install the PPAPI plugin via the preferences pane of the Flash plugin (which just redirects to https://get3.adobe.com/de/flashplayer/update/ppapiosx/).
But Adobe's PPAPI installer always crashes on my system. Or is this something that might be caused by using the debugging version of the plugin (again, the installer for the regular plugin crashes on my setup)?
Now you have to use chrome://settings/content to control when Adobe Flash content is loaded. From the drop-down menu, select Ask to activate, Always activate or Never activate, as you desire. Here you can enable or disable the Adobe Flash Player, as you feel.