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Flash player problems

Thanks for your advice but it still doesnt work.I do have Vista (32 bit) and followed what you said when i opened the flash directory it was empty so i couldnt go any further.
I really dont want to try and reset the permissions as i am not a computer wizard and would be afraid that i would muck up my system.
Thankyou very much for trying to help though, its greatly appreciated.x
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That file would set the permissions automatically without harming your Vista. I did it just this past Weds.
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3. Scroll down and open the Macromed directory.

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4. Open the Flash directory.

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