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Flash Player 10

My computer isnt letting me install Falsh Player 10. It also has something to do with something called ActiveX. I dont know what is wrong.

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  • Katie Nov 01, 2008

    I have win XP and when the yellow bar comes up at the top, when i click on it, it will do everything right, until it gets to the part when it says that that the animation will appear at the top, it doesnt show the animation and the flash player wont work. Also, a while back, i tried to install the flash player and it worked for a few days but then stopped working. It's almost as the player is on my computer but it wont work.

  • Katie Nov 01, 2008

    i went to tools at the top of the screen, and then internet options, then advanced, but i couldnt find anything that said reset advanced settings. there was one that said restore defaults, but that was all i saw. i still cant install the player.

  • Katie Nov 01, 2008

    i successfully installed the java plugin, but when i clicked on the flash player link, it took me to a website called adobe labs, then it said that adobe flash player 10 was no longer hosted on adobe labs. then it redirected me back to that same flash player installation page ive been going to the whole time. i tried to install it again, but a box came up and said that the installation failed. what should i do now?

  • Katie Nov 02, 2008

    im sorry that i missed the Screen Sharing Session. i really dont know what to do about this. i really appreciate the help that you've tried to give me. is it possible to get another Screen Sharing Session?

  • Anonymous Jan 25, 2009

    adobe flash player just doesnt install but says the link to the site is broken

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Is your PC running with Win XP with Service Pack 2 or higher? Which browser do you use ( Internet explorer or Mozilla Firefox)
Check out the Add Remove Panel for the Latest installation of 
1. Adobe Flash Player ActiveX
2. Adobe Flash Player Plugin

3. Adove Shockwave Player 11
Download it from this weblink: Flash Player http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/flashplayer10_ax.html

Also check this update for Microsoft: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/912945

Let me know the exact error message coming up, to narrow down problem. For more help you can email at techin.scott at gmail.
Regards,
Ellin

Posted on Oct 31, 2008

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    Puneet Jain Nov 01, 2008

    You need to uninstall Java and Adobe Flash Component from PC.



    First, it is better to run in "Safe mode with Networking"; by pressing F8 key during Bootup.



    After then, Uninstall Java, Then uninstall Adobe Flash component from the control Panel, then reboot PC.


    Let me know after this if you are able to download and install the latest version of Java and Flash plugin from the link given:


    Java Plugin


    Flash Player
    .


    And then reboot PC.


    Let me know the status after it.

  • Puneet Jain
    Puneet Jain Nov 01, 2008

    Can we establish remote session to fix the problem?


    However, If you wish & agree, for PC Screen Sharing Session to fix your PC problems, then please click on the following unique link:


    https://www.fastsupport.com/428907647



    Copy paste this on the browser, and if ask for Key:428907647


    Waiting for your confirmation to start the session. It will expire within 1 hour.


    Regards,
    Ellin

  • Puneet Jain
    Puneet Jain Nov 01, 2008

    Ok, the session is now expired and I found your case is critical, to be done manually.


    Let me know if you need assistance, please refer to my first post .


    Thanks,
    Ellin

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    Puneet Jain Nov 02, 2008

    Sorry, as it is cost to my Internet also, If you can email me and then ring the bell

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ActiveX is a file that is downloaded so the Flash Player can install. Did you see a pop up message on the top of the browser window, asking you if it was ok to download the ActiveX. If so, right click and download the ActiveX.

Also, open the bowser, then go to Tools, Internet Options, Advance, and click on "reset advance settings" button. Close IE the reopen it and try to download Flash Player again.
BTW is this Vista?

Joe

Posted on Oct 31, 2008

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    JDTec Nov 01, 2008

    Go to this link and download the Flash Player uninstaller :



    http://kb.adobe.com/selfservice/viewCont...



    Then restart the PC and reinstall Flash Player 10.



    You may have to copy and paste the link into your browser.

    If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it.

    Thanks, Joe

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