- This is only a list for beginners to guide them if ever they encounter the S.H.I.E.L.D. Alert even though everyone else can play normally.
- Sometimes also works if the player only receives a black screen instead of the S.H.I.E.L.D. Alert or an endless loading screen.
- This list is still in progress.
- Feel free to send your disapproval, comments and/or suggestions in my message wall.
Try The Following
"Only Run the Application Alone"
Check if your CPU has sufficient Memory Space
Sometimes, it's just a memory issue. Check if you have less than 5GB space left. If 5GB free space isn't fixing it, continue freeing up to 10GB. If it's still there, proceed to the next suggestion below.
Check if your CPU Auto-Updates and Installs your programs. Maybe the Flash Player is updating, or the Browser you are using. You can "Change Settings" so you can control the programs to be updated when and how.
Clear Browsing History
This is one of the solutions I encountered... I think one of the cookies from one of the sites I visited was the culprit... I dunno... but if your browser is not in "incognito mode" or "private mode", then you could also try clearing the history.
You can also try manually deleting the contents of the "temp" folder on your CPU. Just go to 『My Computer』 and type 『%temp%』 at the address bar, where it will auto-redirect you to your CPU's temp folder. Delete all the contents of that folder (press SHIFT + Del) and you can just ignore anything else that doesn't get deleted.
Note from the Author
Note that these were the solutions I've encountered myself when I was troubled by that same S.H.I.E.L.D. Alert loop. I'm using a run-off-the-junk-shop type of CPU, assembled using spare parts, so I only have a limited amount of Disk Memory.