I need to down load active x,i have try every thing that abobe has told me,still wont down load.keeps saying go to 19166,now every time i open a window i get do you want to allow software such as active x controls and plug ins to run.......does not matter what i do,it keeps comming up,and now all so now on my pop up on every window,i get your security settings do not allow websites to use active x controls installed on your computer.....funny thing is it wont let me install any way...i need help please
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Yes as the hard drive contains the operating system, personal stuff, programs and any files needed to work correctly. Usually to install anything you first download it to your hard drive and if you are asked for a location to save it to you select a folder of your choice. You can usually select Desktop if that makes it easier for you, then it will be right there in front of you. Then you click or double click it to run/install it and follow any prompts that appear. Hope this helps.
Please go to technet.microsoft.com or micrososft.com and try to download manually by going to search tab and enter download IE 9 for (your OS vsrion) and ensure you have the required active X or abobe flash installed. If you having Windows 7 or Vista run windows updates from Internet explorer >> tools tab or option.
The BIOS has to match the files on the DVD. If you install it on a different make of computer or on an older version of the same make it will not activate.
What you are doing is illegal. You must pay for a licence for Vista if you install it. An XP licence does NOT cover you to run Vista. You must buy a copy of retail version Vista from a shop.
Yes, and you're definitely acting too thick to be trusted with a computer. For example, if you'd recorded error messages with more exactness, and attribution of errors to a particular context (say, a Windows Vista bluescreen or a particularly titled message-box;) then I might be assured that you could suffer people well to help you accomplish ambitions and fly through the checkpoints and tribulations. This is not yet the case.
Give some context as to what was working and when it stopped, what reproducible signs of malfunction and diagnostics arise, and in the case of Vista activation on spare HDs, RTFMYGDSOBOMGROFLMAO. Vista's acting normal. Try installing another OS for the practice and diversity. Most glaringly, you need to form complete sentences, with clear attribution of what says what when it says it.
you could try entering in safemode to uninstall the update.. to enter safemode.. after a couple of seconds of being turn on, you have to press F8.. then it will ask you in what mode do you want to enter, enter in safe mode with no networking for less hassle and less time to enter.. then go to control panel, add or remove programs and try to find what you installed there to uninstall it..
If you are behind a dial-up or cable modem, you may not be getting the required speed for the current Windows Live dl app/setup.
At any rate, you cannot give up with trying, because i've heard reports of taking up to 20 tries to get this!
It is an MS problem, so keep trying! Problem Solved!