What should I do with this?

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Good day everyone,

I was a playing a browser game when suddenly an error message appeared. I was so mad because I was having so much fun in playing! Now every time I want to play in the internet, it always appears, so I can’t play properly.

Here is an error message of the error:

Adobe Flash Player 10:

An Action Script error has occurred

Error#2006: The supplied index is out of bounds at flash display.

At flash.dispay::DisplayObjectContainer/setChildindex()

At flash display:Stage/setChildIndex()

At Main/init()

At Main()

I think this a cross domain error so I re-installed it but it is still not working. I want to fix this very soon. Can anyone help me? Does anyone know how to fix this? I will be very thankful for the answers.

Thank you in advance.

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Best Answer by Sharath Reddy
Answered By 0 points N/A #126302

What should I do with this?

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Just contact any IT personnel you know or customer service from that browser you are using.

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Answered By 567085 points N/A #126301

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When playing games, Adobe is really important to display the graphics, pictures properly. This is the software that keeps video running and it'll display real time. You won't encounter logs and delay when playing games if Adobe Flash Player is updated. If you notice, when you visit a website but it did not display the whole content, pictures are missing and text are in mobile type of Internet. Adobe Flash Player is needed to make all these accessible. And Adobe can get an update at anytime there is available.

Uninstall and re-installing the games does the trick. A flash failure will definitely cause this error message to pop-up when you try to play this game online or offline. You need to check what's the current update and changes made in your computer during the course of time while it's still working. Disabled the security software, Firewall, Antivirus and other possible software that might intervene the installation or when playing.

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