We'll need more info to work from. What operating system and browser are you using? What kind of problem is occuring and how long would you say it's been going on for?
Can you please verify that you are using Chrome version 21.0.1180.83 m? If you are, and the crashes continue, please try the following steps:
Can you tell us what version of Flash Player is reported as being installed when you visit this page?
Ok, that means you're running Chrome's built in version of Flash Player. To see if this version is to blame, you need to disable this version using the steps I listed in post #4. Once done, you should see the version 11.3.300.271. Once you get that, try again.
Here's a page that also describes the process: http://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/enable-system-flash-player-goog le-chrome.html
After trying those steps, did you verify which version was being used? You might want to also clear your Flash Player cache.
Ps. I looked, but I couldn't find any email from you, other than your post on the 24th.
i have emailed you a copuble times before this.as i said before my computer guy
has done everthing in hie knowlege and vast experiacce and it still crashing all
i look forward to hearing from tou
Other than opening a new issue over on the Chromium bug database, the only other thing I can recommend at this time is going back to a previous version of Flash Player (such as the latest 10.3) release, then disabling the PPAPI plugin in Chrome. Please note though that when Chrome updates, it's possible that they will reset Flash to again use the PPAPI version.