Comment 25 Deleted. Comment 26 by b My company is also having this problem!! Really making IT department look bad for pushing users to Chrome due to better security and built in flash updates! Why are all the support people in the forums and you guys here asking users to run around in circles trying all kind of crazy stuff!?! Uninstall Chrome, delete all of your settings then try installing it yourself! There is something really wrong with the Pepper flash plugin and it should not take a Mensa asking people to update drivers and see it works in a closet with the lights off, did you try with the lights on?
Look at the support.. It's really sad for such a large and easily reproducible issue. You want logs, remote connection what? Comment 26 Deleted. Comment 27 by tsrwebgl gmail.
Comment 27 Deleted. Comment 28 by tsrwebgl gmail. Comment 28 Deleted. Comment 29 by ericbrow No change on hundreds of computers. They still get "Can't Load Plugin" for flash content. This needs to get fixed. Comment 29 Deleted. Comment 30 by a I have a computer with this problem. Completely uninstalled Chrome and Chrome user data. After re-installing Chrome from scratch there is no Adobe Flash component present. This directory exists but is completely empty: Status - component downloading 2: Update ready 3: Status - Component not updated The component simply won't install no matter what.
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Even after completely removing any trace of Chrome from the computer's filesystem and registry and re-installing Chrome. Comment 30 Deleted. Comment 31 by shadeky Flash plugin is now loading and downloading things appropriately. Chrome Version Comment 31 Deleted. Comment 32 by shadeky As an additional note I am still experiencing the same behavior as Comment 30 was, where the Adobe Flash component will not update from the chrome: The chrome: Comment 32 Deleted.
Comment 33 by bsd. This worked for me in Windows Then go to the Chrome: Good luck! Comment 33 Deleted. Comment 34 by ericbrow This might be helpful along the same lines as comment On the "admin" login of my Macs the flash plugin loads and works. But then doesn't work with a "standard" user login on the same machine Yes, even after wiping the chrome profile.
Maybe Chrome has messed things up with flash and it's now loading and requiring admin privs that can't be given with a standard user, hence the "cannot load plugin" message.
Comment 34 Deleted. Comment 35 by a Also on Windows 10 Pro x Comment 35 Deleted. Comment 36 by bspennin Comment 36 Deleted. Comment 37 by valent After this update as Administrator, at www. It's not possible to update it as a User after clicking button "Check for update" in chrome: Adobe Flash Player - Version: I'm on Win8.
Comment 37 Deleted. Comment 38 by asoftdeg Chrome just updated and now I can't play any Flash content. Flash still works in Vivaldi though. Comment 38 Deleted. Comment 39 by charlie I am having this issue on Windows 7 and Windows 10 hosts on a enterprise domain. Multiple sites have given us issues, internally and externally. Removing Chrome, rebooting and then reinstalling the Dev version seemed to fix the issue for all of our users that experienced this weird bug. Perhaps the bug will go away in the next stable release?
Comment 39 Deleted. Comment 40 by charlie I should mention the version that we have this working on is Comment 40 Deleted. Comment 41 by waff Available was: Comment 41 Deleted. Comment 42 by a Comment 42 Deleted. Comment 43 Deleted. Comment 44 by mcrog I was trying to view South Park, http: The machine is NOT on a network.
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Google Inc. Copyright Google Inc. All rights reserved. Comment 44 Deleted. Comment 45 by mcrog Edit above comment to add: Contents of Pepperflash folder: Comment 45 Deleted. Comment 46 by charlie Mcrog try out the Beta and let us know how you get on?! Comment 46 Deleted. Comment 47 by showphile gmail. Comment 47 Deleted. Comment 48 by a The folder already has all permissions set correctly. Comment 48 Deleted. Comment 49 by ericbrow The "solution alert" from comment 47 didn't work for me either and I have several hundred accounts.
Comment 49 Deleted. Comment 50 by yexin I fixed the issue on my Linux, if you use Linux with Chrome54, and your. Open chrome: Click "Check for updates" below "Adobe flash player". If you from Mainland China, you may have to use whatever proxy tool like proxychains to proxy Chrome to let step 2 to work properly Hope this is helpful to someone using Linux.
Comment 50 Deleted. Comment 51 by a Look at Comment 30, 32, 35 and 36 above for several examples. Comment 51 Deleted.
Comment 52 by jshippy lodiusd. Why was the pepperflash location changed out of the 'program files' install folder and into each user's profile folder? We had Chrome happily working in a terminal services environment for users, and as of Chrome 54, Flash is completely broken.senrei-exorcism.com/images/cheating/top-cell-monitoring-software-motorola-moto-z4.php
Chrome: Fix Flash Player “Couldn’t Load Plugin” Error
We store profiles on network shares, and Flash has long been known to choke on network shares. This change is a breaking change for anyone who uses Chrome in an enterprise terminal services environment. If you're trying to increase user adoption of Internet Explorer or Firefix, you're on the right track. Comment 52 Deleted. Comment 53 by lafo Comment 53 Deleted. Comment 54 by les I can't believe it. Comment 54 Deleted. Comment 55 by a Comment 55 Deleted. Comment 56 Deleted.
Comment 57 by firedra To resolve this I did the following: Exit Chrome by clicking the three dots in the upper right, and clicking exit 2. Rename folder "PepperFlash" to "PepperFlash. In Chrome's address bar go to chrome: Find "Adobe Flash" It should say you are on version 0.
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