There\u2019s nothing more annoying than having to deal with the \u201cChrome Flash not working\u201d error when you are simply trying to browse the web in search for information or entertainment. The problem with this error is the fact that it makes it impossible to run any online videos or animations in the browser. Therefore, you are not able to access websites such as YouTube and Twitch anymore. On the bright side of things, there are multiple ways to fix this problem and today we are going to present the best ones. #1 Update Google Chrome The first thing that you should when the \u201cChrome Flash not working\u201d error pops up on your screen is to download the latest version of Chrome. If the browser is not up to date, you will have to deal with lots of annoying issues. Follow the steps below to update Chrome. \tAccess the \u201cSettings\u201d page in Chrome; \tClick on the \u201cAbout Chrome\u201d option; \tThe update will start automatically. #2 Clear the Cache Memory of Google Chrome If the updating to the latest version of Chrome didn\u2019t do the trick, then your next step should be to clear the cache memory. Follow the steps below to clear the cache memory of the browser. \tAccess the \u201cSettings\u201d page in Chrome; \tClick on the \u201cAdvanced\u201d option; \tClick on \u201cPrivacy and Security\u201d; \tClick on \u201cClear browsing data\u201d; \tPick the option \u201cBasic\u201d and then \u201cAll-Time\u201d; \tAll that is left is to restart the browser. #3 Update Flash Player Clearing the cache memory should help Adobe Flash Player run but if that doesn\u2019t work, then you can always update the Flash Player. \tOpen Chrome, paste \u201cchrome:\/\/components\/\u201d in the URL and press enter; \tUse \u201cCTR +F\u201c to find Adobe Flash Player in the components list; \tClick on the \u201cCheck for update\u201d option; \tThe update will start automatically.