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Active xflashplayer I have activex 8 but it won't let me download flash player9 ,the game i was playing before worked on8 until yesterday & it told me to upgrade first ,i needed 9 in order to play

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Here's what you can do:

1. Close all browser screens.
2. Go to Start -> Run and type: appwiz.cpl
3. Locate "Flash Player ActiveX" or something similar.
4. Uninstall it using the buttons on the right.
5. Click here to obtain the newest Flash Player from Adobe.com.
6. When the install is completed, start the browser again and try
playing your game again.

I hope this helps, please rate.

Greetings,

DarkNeogen.

Posted on Feb 08, 2008

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