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#1 Discombobulated_lol

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Posted 03 August 2012 - 02:06 AM

Ok , here we go again !

here's the thing !

i produce music / make beats !

I have a program i use for live streaming in a site N/A

The software is "Manycam" screen capture for the live streaming in the site i use for learning about music and so on !

It worked great until one day i decided to plug up my "USB" Logitech web cam WITH OUT installing its disk and didnt realize it was gonna run my CPU to 100%

Google Chrome goes none responsive and says Shock wave has crashed along with my CPU running at 100%

cant even pull up "Ctrl- Alt- Del " for Task Manager so i can end Google Chrome !

in the site i go on you can stream the http://avchat.net/ and when i "allow" that's when google chrome and shock wave crashes

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#2 ReviverSoft

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Posted 03 August 2012 - 10:45 AM

Restart into the Windows safe mode (F8 key on restart) and uninstall the USB Web cam through the Device Manager.

Start into the normal mode again and install the driver while setting up your webcam.

Also, try reinstalling Google Chrome, Shockwave player and Flash. All three of which can be downloaded from the respective websites.
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Posted 05 August 2012 - 08:24 AM

One quick question, You say

Google Chrome goes none responsive and says Shock wave has crashed along with my CPU running at 100%

cant even pull up "Ctrl- Alt- Del " for Task Manager so i can end Google Chrome

Without Task manager what are you using to view CPU usage? And what Windows are you running? That might help with the troubleshooting.

Good Luck
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