|Clearing & unclogging your Flash Player macromedia cache history
makes it fully optimized for playing Farm Town.
Watch my video for how to!. OR read the written Instructions.
Below you will also see assistance for:
|WRITTEN INSTRUCTIONS FOR CLEANING YOUR MACROMEDIA FLASHPLAYER CONTENT
CLICK HERE FOR THE DIRECT LINK
|1||CLICK THE LINK AND IT WILL TAKE YOU TO YOUR "SETTINGS MANAGER" ON THE FLASHPLAYER WEBSITE|
ONCE THE LINK HAS LOADED YOU CLICK ON "DELETE ALL SITES"
|3||THEN YOU MOVE THE SLIDER BAR ACROSS TO "UNLIMITED"|
|4||SIMPLY CLOSE THE FLASH PLAYER TAB & YOUR FINISHED.|
|"FIREFOX BROWSER" ASSISTANCE FOR FLASHPLAYER|
|Firefox flashplayer support page||Firefox check your plugins support page|
|"INTERNET EXPLORER" ASSISTANCE FOR FLASHPLAYER|
|I nternet Explorer flashplayer support page||Internet Explorer check your flashplayer|
|SAFARI BROWSER SUPPORT PAGE||OPERA SUPPORT PAGE|
|"CHROME" ASSISTANCE FOR FLASHPLAYER|
|Google Chrome has its very own internal FlashPlayer. **Unfortunately, things can fall apart pretty easily if Chrome gets confused and attempts to utilize both the OS installation of Flash and the internal Chrome installation of Flash. The result is serious browser lag, temporary lockup, and then a browser-wide crash of all active Flash instances. You don’t realize how many web sites use Flash until every single tab locks up with a crash warning —”The following plug-in has crashed: Shockwave Flash”**|
How can you tell if a Flash conflict is the source of your trouble? Run Chrome. In the address bar, type about:plugins. After you press enter, you’ll be greeted with a list of all the plug-ins installed in Chrome. Look down the list of plug-ins for the Flash entry. OR In the upper right hand corner of the browser window, there is a small toggle labeled [+] Details. Click on that toggle to expand the entries for all the plug-ins.
You should see something like the screenshot below:
You need to click on the Disable link for Chrome’s internal installation of Flash.
Go ahead and close the tab and then close Google Chrome. Restart Chrome and resume normal browsing.
|Remember, you’ll no longer be getting automatic updates with each Chrome upgrade. Make sure to check for updates at Adobe’s Flash download page and/or turn on the update check in your local installation of Adobe Flash.
Click Here to find out how up-to-date your FlashPlayer is.
|The above information & Images are from "How to Geek.com" Credit goes to (HowtoGeek.com)|
|CLICK HERE TO GO TO "HOW TO GEEK.COM" How To Fix Shockwave Flash Crashes in Google Chrome|
|Sometimes files within your Flash-player can become corrupted. So it is vital, when experiencing continued in-game problems, to uninstall your Flash-player and download a new one. Rebooting your computer after the uninstall will remove any memory of the original Flash-player.|
|click here for UNINSTALL FLASH PLAYER LINK|
|click here for RE-INSTALL LINK|