Try the forum for Flash Player.
I did but I didn't see many people with problems similar to mine. I can check again.
Yeah, I haven't seen anyone complaining about this either.
First things first, the only valid and supported version of Flash Player is the latest one. In addition, there are many interdependencies between Flash Player and the browser, and they move in lock-step.
Please upgrade to the latest version of Flash Player, and one of the supported browsers listed here:
At that point, if the problem persists, details about your configuration will be helpful:
I use Windows 10 and version 1703
Google Chrome: Version 60.0.3112.90 (Official Build) (64-bit)
I tried using flash player 13 but I tried flash player 18. It's pretty straight forward. No error messages or anything, it seems like it's loading for a second but then the global setting options wouldn't appear.
The current version of Flash Player is Flash Player 184.108.40.206. Chrome ships a built-in version of Flash Player and manages the updates, so it would be strange if you were using something that wasn't current.
I'm a little confused about what you're doing when you say you've tried Flash Player 13 and Flash Player 18.
Anyway, Chrome has recently started making it more difficult to run Flash content, and since the hosted Flash Player control panel used in Chrome is itself Flash based, I'm guessing that it's not allowed to run by the current default Chrome settings. Since you're on Windows 10, it's not lack of modern cryptography support, like I might suspect if you were running Vista or WinXP.
My guess is that setting Flash-based content to run by default may get this working for you.
You may also need to set the following setting to Enabled: