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Web page not proper display

When i open a page it says u need a plugin to display
what is that plugin? i dont wnat any virus or spyware for my pc so please avoid giving stupid links

thnx
(i need a HUMAN solution)

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No need to worry,
I guess you havn't installed the flash player for your browser.
Thats why the FLASH content is not being shown.

Click here to install the player.
Its authenticated Adobe's homepage.

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