I have tried the instructions on the page http://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/flash-player-google-chrome.html#main__I_am_unable_to_view_Flash_content__How_do_I_get_Flash_Player_to_turn_on_ to turn flash player on and I have restarted my browser and it still gives me this error. How do I get around this error?
Despite claims that the latest update has fixed things ...
people may still be seeing the "can't load plug-in" error.
One workaround is to disable the Pepper Flash and use Adobe's if it's available. The Chrome browser will "see" the Adobe NPAPI Flash plug-in if it exists in
For people who have installed Chromium as well, along with its goodies, the Flash plug-in will be in
In the long term, Adobe's policy is to not develop Flash for Linux anymore. And so the latest Flash will be the Pepper Flash which comes with Chrome. Unfortunately, it's still highly "experimental".
Edit: A way to still use Pepper Flash is described here:
Further edit 20130208: Version 24.0.1312.69 worked out of the box for me and didn't need the "delete the ~/.config/google-chrome/PepperFlash folder" hack.
I recently had a problem in Google Chrome. I used to get an error message - "Adobe Flash Player is not allowed". This message came on all Ads, YouTube vidoes and Google Maps. Here's a website I found to fix the problem - Fix Adobe Player is not allowed in Google Chrome
I haven't had a problem after enabling flash plugin. The best part, I don't even have flash crashes or stopped working errors which I had a lot in the past. I am guessing Adobe has made updates and some improvements.