Yeah but everything I've read says the problem is that you have two conflicting plugins. I've gone through this. When I go to my plugins I only have one. I can't find anything that has a solution if there isn't a conflict. Thus this thread.
No. Is there a reason why uninstalling flash is a bad idea? That sounds easier that uninstalling Chrome and losing all my bookmarks and saved passwords. Also I thought with Chrome you don't need flash installed separately so I didn't think deleting it would affect anything.
You can also just make a copy of "%USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data", which doesn't require an account tied to your chrome and is faster and more secure than sending that info over the network.
Ok but here's what I'm trying to understand. Chrome has its own flash plugin, correct? But I also have flash installed separately from before I started using chrome. What is the downside of uninstalling flash first? I'm not trying to be difficult, but I'm trying to understand why I need flash anyway if I'm using chrome. Does that make sense?
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