How to Fix “Chrome Couldn’t Load Plugin” in Windows 10/8.1/8/7

Google Chrome is the most use internet browser fro PC. Like every browser Chrome also has some loading error

On of the most common error is Load Plugin. Here i will show you  How to Fix “Chrome Couldn’t Load Plugin” in Windows 10/8.1/8/7. 

    How to Fix “Chrome Couldn’t Load Plugin” in

                      Windows 10/8.1/8/7

Step 1:  Open your computer go to my computer and click on local Disc (C:)

Step 2:  Now click on users

Step 3:  After opening your computer users go to your computer name. My computer name is AR here

Step 4:  Now you opened your computer name file there you can see a folder saying AppData click on it.

 Step 5:  After opening your appdata folder click on Local folder.

Step 6:  After clicking local file click on Google folder.

Step 7:  Now click on Chrome.

Step 8:  Now click on User data

Step 9:  There you can see many folders you have to click on pepperflash  folder.

Step 10: Inside of Pepper Flash a folder saying click on it.

Step 11: Inside of the folder you can see a icon saying pepflashplayer.dil

Step 12:  Click your Mouse right button and rename the pepflashplayer.dil to pepflashplayerX.dil 

Step 13: Now open your Google Chrome.

Method 2

If this one doesn’t fix your problem follow this one given below.

Step 1:  Go to Localdisc (C:):Users/Computername/Appdata/Local/Google?Chrome/User Data/Pepper Flash/ same as previous navigation.

Step 2:  Now delete your  pepflashplayer.dil  file.

Now restart your Chrome.

Method 3

You still have your problem? Let me give you another solution.

Step 1:  Now open your Computer Chrome browser and type chrome://plugins/ and click on detail option given right of top corner.

Step 2:  Now check for is there Adobe flash player is installed. If  Adobe flash player   is not installed. Install  Adobe flash player  the update version and enable it.

Step 3:  If still have your problem check for how many  Adobe flash player  is installed disable the old one and  run Google Chrome.

Step 4:  If you still have your problem Reinstall your Google Chrome.

Conclusion: How to Fix “Chrome Couldn’t Load Plugin” in Windows 10/8.1/8/7

In our post we tried our best to show you How to Fix “Chrome Couldn’t Load Plugin” in Windows 10/8.1/8/7. Follow those steps and you will be able to Fix “Chrome Couldn’t Load Plugin” in Windows 10/8.1/8/7. If you have any problem let us know about it in the comment and we will try our best to solve your problem. Hope this post help you.

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