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  1. 0142397

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    Sometime about 2 weeks ago my computer promped me and asked me to install the newest version of Adobe Flash Player, anyway after doing so anything that is a flash application won't run.

    I have tried re-installing IE7 and the Flash Player plugins, but it has not fixed my problem.

    Can anyone help?
     
  2. CraCker19

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    the best way would be uninstalling the flash player,reinstall it again..
    if it doesn't work try doin system restore
     
  3. kateman

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    i know this doesnt answer your problem but;

    use firefox. it will open it auto when needed and if its no installed it will install for you. also firefox has way better, well everything. at least try it.
     
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    Did you try uninstalling Flash and IE7 and running a registry scan of some sort to see if there are any problems? Give that a try. I have been an IE7 RC1 user when it came out and have installed every single update since. It is a very good stable browser. Works every time for me!
     
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    I've had similar issues as well with Flash and IE 6/IE 7 and even in Firefox...the issue lies within one of the Flash 9 versions. Try this:

    http://www.filehippo.com/download_flashplayer_ie/

    Look on the list to the right, and grab the 9.0.21.75 Beta. Download and install. For some reason, that works even when the online install of Flash doesn't.
     
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    I am currently using firefox, I like it better than IE7 the problem is that I play a few online games that run only in IE7.
     
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    I have done both of these things, neither of them worked.

    Come to think of it, I have done all the things mentioned above (some I did a few minutes ago), but none of them solve my problem.
     
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    If you want to run IE inside of Firefox, go HERE. You can add any site to the IETab options list. Firefox will use IE for those sites.
     
  9. toddm68

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    I had the same problem. I think it started after a disk cleanup. What I did to get the Flash player working again in IE7 was go to tools, manage add-ons in IE7, enable or disable add-ons, down on the bottom clicked "Download new add-ons for Internet Explorer", select entertainment animations(flash), then downloaded and installed and it all worked again.
    A Straight download from the internet did not work for me, this was the only way I found.
    Good Luck
     
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    toddm68, no email posting as per forum rules above, post edited
     

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