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Animations & vedio clips didn't play in web sites internet flash

Active x,system incorporated,flash player plug ins,After installed flash some error occurred.

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    Daily Mehdi May 11, 2010

    what internet browser you use ?

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Hi there, I think I can help you

When images or animations no longer appear in your browser take the following steps.

The most obvious thing to check is that there are no pop up blockers enabled in either the areas below or your anti-virus or windows firewall program, this might also include any image control programs (manage add-ons) such as “Toggle images.exe” in your browser.

If you are using Internet Explorer go to TOOLS/ OPTIONS/ ADVANCED tab and scroll down to multimedia make sure the animations and pictures boxes are checked.

In Mozilla Firefox you find this area under TOOLS/ OPTIONS/ CONTENT/ check the box that says “Load images automatically”

On to the next step
In Internet Explorer go to VIEW/ ENCODING/ make sure “auto select” is checked and is set for the correct language (Unicode)

Let me know if this works for you

Posted on Dec 31, 2008

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