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Flash 9 installation

Basti, Your last fix worked! I have Flash 9 working somewhat... It will run the first video and when I click on another video the Flash 9 player locks up and I have to close the browser and open it again to see another video. Do you have any ideas? _Donald Lowman onlookr2@comcast.net.

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I sent you the other fixes on your email add...

Posted on Apr 09, 2008

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    Edgar Allan Pagayona Apr 09, 2008

    did you try the other fixes? sorry i have to go home awhile ago so hopefully it fixes your issue.

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