You might have noticed that Google is blocking flash as of versions 55 and 56 of Google Chrome. The error you get says ‘’Error loading player: No playable sources found:’’. Adobe Flash, and Java, is the medium by which video formats are played online. The errors tells you that you can’t see the video. Luckily, there are ways to fix this, after all, it’s just a matter of turning on Adobe Flash Player for your Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Windows 7 to 10 and Opera.
Adobe Flash Player and enabling it
To start off with, you will want to make sure you have Adobe Flash properly downloaded and installed on your computer, and updated to the latest version. There are a few exceptions where Adobe Flash Player is already integrated, as is the case with Internet Explorer on the Windows 8 OS. On other browsers, you will have to check that your Adobe Flash Player is at the latest version as these will fix potential problems, vulnerabilities and bugs that could have been overseen in the previous patch.
To start off with, you will want to type in ‘’ chrome://plugins’’ in your address bar and hit Enter. Go down to Plugins and you will find ‘’Disable’’ under the Adobe Flash Player plug-in. Click that and you’ll be done.
In your Firefox menu go to Addons, and under Plugins you will find Shockwave Flash. On the right of it, you will find the drop-down menu and you will have to select your desired option from there.
In order to turn your Flash Player on you will have to go on the top right corner and select Settings, then go to Manage Addons, followed by Toolbars and Extensions. Once you are there, hit Shockwave Flash Object to being enabled and you will be good to go.
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