If you are using Internet Explorer as your browser, you should see a yellow bar pop up at the top of the web page, below your address bar. You will need to click on this bar and follow the directions to allow ActiveX to install for Adobe's installation to continue.
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what does windows xp prompt? i suggest that you try installing with active x flash player and a flash player for the web. use the latest version. Adobe Flash player is the recommended flash player for windows xp platform. pm me if you still have problems. Thank you.
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
Also check this update for Microsoft:
Let me know the exact error message coming up, to narrow down problem. For more help you can email at techin.scott at gmail.