Adobe Flash Player stopped working

I have windows 10, Intel (R) Core(TM) Duo CPU, 32 BIT Operating System X 64- based processor. Adobe Flash Player version 19,0,0185. Flash player stopped working. I have basic computer knowledge so please excuse me if I goofed up asking for help.

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Flash seems to do that.
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Flashplayer problem

I use Microsoft edge as my browser. I just want to be able to play games on facebook. I don't use Skype at all. Flashplayer was working till recently. What would cause it to stop working? The flashplayer version is 19,0,0,185.

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Edge has Flash built in last I looked.

Trying to install it may cause issues. Did you try the old Disable Flash Hardware Acceleration toggle?

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Yes flash is installed in edge

Could you please tell me how to disable the flash hardware acceleration toggle?

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Sorry no.
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re:Adobe Flash Player stopped working

Click the View Advanced settings button.Locate the Use Adobe Flash Player section and toggle the switch on to enable Adobe Flash Player.Refresh your web page or open a new browser tab.

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flashplayernot working

I have done that. Should I try uninstalling flashplayer and then re-installing it?

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Since We're Seeing Flash Problems On Edge, Try....

...using a different browser such as the free Firefox from the link below. Download the browser installation file, install it, then download and install the Flash plugin from the second link. It's your choice.


Flash Player Plugin for Firefox(NOTE: Clicking on the link below will immediately open the download dialog window.)

Hope this helps.


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flash player problem fixed

Thank you so much for your help.

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