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You need to update your flash player.
For that just go through the below website and install it and then restart your browser :

http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/

Posted on Mar 09, 2009

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WHEN I GET ON YOUTUBE to watch a video it says explore has caused an error in FLASH9.OCX SO WAT SHOULD I DO


First try to open youtube in any other web browser, and if then also this problem occurs, then install adobe flash player(latest version). http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/ this is the URL of latest version of flash player, just click on "i agree and install". ENJOY.
This may work.
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Oct 10, 2009 | YouTube Videos

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I have a total video player but can't start


Hi,
Flash is a programming language that many publishers use to create animations, games, and interactive programs for the web. Flash is also used for programs run locally on a users computer. To use these Flash based programs and web applets, the end-user must have Flash Player installed. One component of Flash Player is a file called “flash.ocx.” If this file is missing or damaged, you may get an error message.

There seems to be two root causes of this error. A description and solution for each follows:
  • You receive the error message “Cannot find the file flash.ocx” every time you start your computer or each time you open your web browser (such as Internet Explorer). This is usually the result of a missing “flash.ocx” file caused by an incomplete installation of Flash. Here’s how to remedy the problem:
    1. Download the Flash Player uninstaller from Macromedia. Save it somewhere convenient.
    2. Run the downloaded program and allow it to finish.
    3. Once the uninstall completes, restart your computer.
    4. Visit the Flash Player website and download/install the latest Flash Player version.
    5. That’s it!
  • You receive the error message “Cannot find the file flash.ocx” at seemingly random intervals or when starting a specific program (other than your web browser). First, perform steps 1-4 of the previous solution. This will insure you have the latest version of Flash Player installed. If you still receive the error message, continue with the steps below:
    1. Navigate to the folder “C:\WINDOWS\system32\Macromed\Flash\”. In this folder you will see a file named “Flash9f.ocx”.
    2. Make copy of the “Flash9f.ocx” file in the same folder as the original (copy the original, then paste the copied file into the same folder).
    3. Rename the newly made copy to “Flash.ocx”.
    4. If the previous steps don’t eradicate the error messages, change your screen saver to one of the defaults that are included with Windows (such as “3D Text”).
Fixya!

Chris (ziraffa)

Jan 11, 2009 | Adobe Photoshop 7.0 for PC

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Errors as lexplore


if you mean IEXPLORE complaining about flash9e.ocx crashing, just get to the adobe flash player download page.. (instead of loading the home page, after you load Internet Explorer hit the "ESC" key to stop loading it) and go to www.adobe.com/flashplayer download the latest version available, and you should get rid of those crashes

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Could not find flash.ocx


download the latest version of flash from www.adobe.com and you should be good to go.

May 24, 2008 | ASUS P5PE-VM Motherboard

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Flash9e.ocx error


Make sure you have the latest version of flash installed.

You can check it here:

http://www.adobe.com/products/flash/about/


There is also a known issue with version 9.0.115.0 not working correctly with Soundblaster cards.

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My sign-in page for Yahoo! is blinking


most likely a virus or spyware that redirects the page....you have any virus or spyware protection? if so run deep scans for both and clean out temp files and clear history.

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