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I would suggest checking your power source and HW temperature. Flash games are heavy CPU consumers, which can cause troubles with power or overheating, both resulting in reboots/halts Also look in syslog, which can contain interesting information. Check file /var/log/syslog or use Gnome log viewer...
The solution is this line in /etc/fstab UUID=C906-C3E4 /mnt/C906-C3E4 vfat suid,dev,exec,auto,async,rw,user,uid=1000,gid=1000,comment=x-gvfs-show,comment=x-gvfs-name=CardReader 0 0
Pepper Flash Player is built-in with Google Chrome web browser, so it doesn't need to be installed separately. Google Chrome can play flash videos without installing any other software. Pepper Flash Player is not built-in with Chromium web browser, so it must be installed separately. Pepper Flash Player in Chromium is the same as the built-in flash player ...
Close Chromium Install the Pepper Flash package with this command: sudo apt-get install pepperflashplugin-nonfree Open Chromium.
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