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    Flash player closing unexpectedly in Mac

    I have the Adobe flash player installed already in my Mac but now the problem is whenever I try to play something which needs the flash player output it just give me the error message saying Flash player closed unexpectedly. What should be done now? Anyway to fix it?

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    saicharan Array
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    Re: Flash player closing unexpectedly in Mac

    Hello friend,


    I have the solution for your problem just do as i say...............

    1.Firstly check that the file which you installed may be corrupted.

    2.So you try to download the software from the below given address.
    'http://download.cnet.com/Adobe-Flash...-10074404.html'.

    3.After downloading the software install that software in your Mac.

    4.Now you will not face any type of problem.

    5.Or the files of that software may be deleted accidentally so you try to uninstall and re-install the software this may fix your problem.

    6.Or you try to upgrade the present software to fix the problem.

    I hope by following the above steps you can solve your problem.

    All the best...........

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    Smile Re: Flash player closing unexpectedly in Mac

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I have the Adobe flash player installed already in my Mac but now the problem is whenever I try to play something which needs the flash player output it just give me the error message saying Flash player closed unexpectedly. What should be done now? Anyway to fix it?
    Hello friend,

    Your problem might be due to the following reasons like:-

    The Flash player file which is installed may be corrupted
    Or the any 1 or more files of that software may be deleted by any means or may be corrupted which is preventing it from playing
    Or the software might be of an outdated version which your device is not supporting.


    Try the following steps as the solution for the respective problems. you may try all the followings if you want.

    I>> First check if the file which you installed is corrupted or not, if yes you have to download the software again from the website address
    http://download.cnet.com/Adobe-Flash
    After downloading the software uninstall that previous software already installed in your Mac then install the new downloaded software.Now you will be able to run the flash player and wont face any problem.

    II>> Now check if the files of that software are all ok and available or have been deleted accidentally or infected. if that is so you have to uninstall and re-install the software so that it solves your problem.

    III> Or you can even upgrade the present software if you doubt the software has been outdated or not supported by your device.

    I hope the above steps help you solve your problem without any doubt.If any doubt still in your mind you can drop in your query here!

    Wish you luck!!!

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    Re: Flash player closing unexpectedly in Mac

    Hello Friend,

    Just Follow Some Steps Are :

    >> Firstly Open The Adobe
    Website : http://www.adobe.com/go/getflashplayer
    >> And Download And Installed In The System
    >> After That Restart The System
    >> After That Access Any Website Which Have Made In The Flash
    >> Than You See That Website Work Properly That Means Flash Player Works Fine.

    I Hope That Info Is Usefully

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    Re: Flash player closing unexpectedly in Mac

    Dear User .....

    I will solve your problem into some easy steps ...So you just see my steps ....
    Let's have a look ....

    So first of all go and turn on your device and then go to the home screen and then just open The Adobe Website and then just download And Installed In The System.. After That Restart The System and then just Access Any Website Which Have Made In The Flash...Now at the end just here you See That Website Work Properly That Means Flash Player Works Fine.

    Hope you like that information ....
    Thank you ....

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    Re: Flash player closing unexpectedly in Mac

    First of all scan the system for virus and if it clears then go for the download.

    After download install it and leave some time to create backup of all related files to flash player.

    After one or two days use it, because booting process will helps the system make free and ease of access.

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    Re: Flash player closing unexpectedly in Mac

    hello friends..

    to solve the above said problem read the following steps

    ##first of all,uninstall the current version of flash player

    ##now download the latest version flash player for mac os

    ##install into your mac system

    ##after successful installation restart your mac system

    ##now onwards it will not close unexpectedly

    these steps may solve your problem

    all the best


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    Re: Flash player closing unexpectedly in Mac

    Dear Dude ...


    Follow the below steps carefully


    First of all you must look thoroughly at Flash Content

    You might wait for Adobe to fix it like the Rest of us


    You need to send them a Bug Report

    So see the problem is solved or Not

    If not you must Uninstall it

    Then go for the INSTALLATION process


    That is it



    VERY GOOD LUCK

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    Re: Flash player closing unexpectedly in Mac

    Hi............,


    I think that flash player is not well installed.
    So you need to visit the app center.
    There download the flash player.
    Delete the current player.
    Now after it is installed restart the device.
    Open the browser and start opening the site.
    Hope you will not face such problem.

    Use fast net connection always.

    Thanks

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    Re: Flash player closing unexpectedly in Mac

    Your adobe flash player is not working at your Mac:-

    To remove this problem you are to take steps:-

    1.You remove/uninstall the present Adobe Flash player.

    2.You must download and Install new antivirus software at your Mac.

    3.Go to download and Install the new version adobe flash from the genuine place.(eg supported to Mac)

    4.After finishing download and installetion re-start the device to get
    normalcy in your Mac.

    Thank You,


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    Re: Flash player closing unexpectedly in Mac

    Hi,
    You can avoid this flash player closing unexpectedly by doing the below mentioned things
    First of all turn on the mac if it is turn off.After turn on once refresh the screen.Now move towards the task bar and tap the start up menu option in it.After tapping the start up menu you will see the different options.Among this go to the uninstall option.After uninstall the adobe flash player application then restart the mac system once.After restart again open the browser which you are using.After open browse the adobe flash player official website.Here find and tap the install option.After tapping install wait until the installation process completes.After successfully installed restart the mac finally.Now your unexpectedly close of flash player is resolved.

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