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Pogo keeps shutting down on me

I get on pogo but when i go to play it shuts down

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  • adsweetz4129 Feb 19, 2009

    when I go to pogo and click on a game I want to play, I click play now, it will start to load and then will kick me completely off pogo and brings me back to my desktop screen. Does this have anything to do with pop-ups?

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could be many issues, but lets start easy.

uninstall all browser toolbars, and macromedia flash

once uninstalled go to www.adobe.com, click on Install Flash Player and follow prompts

Hope this helps

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