Adobe Shockwave Flash is a plug-in installed in web browsers to view the online videos and play the games designed with the Flash player
If Shockwave Flash keeps crashing you shall try the following methods:
- Reinstall Flash Player
- Repair the Registry
- Delete BtwVdpCapFilter1.dll File
- Configure Google Chrome Properly
- Clear Browser Cache
Compatible with Windows 7, Vista and Windows XP
Reinstall Flash Player
Some of the Adobe Flash Player installed files might be moved, deleted or renamed. You need to reinstall the plug-in in order to fix Shockwave Flash keeps crashing.
- Close your web browser.
- Click Start | Control Panel.
- Click Programs | Uninstall a Program.
Select Adobe Flash Player from the list of installed programs, and then click Uninstall button. Follow the wizard that appears on your screen. Then, after completion, Re-run the setup to install it again.
Repair the Registry
Flash Player registry entries may be modified improperly due to which Shockwave Flash keeps crashing. Repairing these entries may stop these crashes and help improving your browsing performance.
Download a good Registry Cleaner application and start scanning your registry. Fix all the problems found in the scan results.
Delete BtwVdpCapFilter1.dll File
Shockwave Flash keeps crashing when the Bluetooth handles streaming video. BtwVdpCapFilter1.dll file is used in this process. If you delete this file, the problem may get fixed. Close all opened web browser windows.
- Open My Computer.
- Double click: C:\Windows\System32
- Delete the file BtwVdpCapFilter1.dll.
Configure the Google Chrome Properly
Try to configure the Adobe Flash Player plug-in settings from the Google Chrome properly. This may help you fixing Shockwave Flash keeps crashing issue.
- Open Google Chrome.
- Type the following in the Address Bar: chrome://plugins
- Press ENTER.
- In the Adobe Flash Player entry, click the plus sign. If you see two different versions of Adobe Flash Player listed there, following will be the estimated program file paths of them respectively:
- Disable the version of which program file path is something like that listed first in the above example. To do so, click Disable link. Keep the version enabled of which program file path is something like that is second in the above example.
- Restart Google Chrome.
Clear Browser Cache
Deleting the contents of your web browser cache may help you fixing the problem. If the cache contents are corrupted, they may cause Shockwave Flash keeps crashing.
- Open Internet Explorer.
- Click Tools | Delete Browsing History. Click Delete button after every item is checked-up.
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