Got some videos in my email inbox i can't open on my notebook.Figure i needed Flash player to be able to do so.Problem is i already tried to down load it couple times but still can't open the videos.
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Try installing Adobe Flash, and update your web browser (go to Help-Check for Updates or alike). http://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer/
Youtube's videos are flash-based so you'll need the flash player installed. Also, many rich-web applications are flash based which also need the flash player to run well. After you download and install the flash player from the link above, everything should work just fine.
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Hi, You will need to install Adobe Flash Player before you can stream your video over the internet. Go here to Adobe and install flash player (no need to download it). select McAfee if you want it and install flash >>>>>>>
Once installed go back to MSN and you should be able to view the webcam.
What browser are you using? Firefox? Internet Explorer? I have had this same problem. Try to uninstall the flash player and reinstall it. If that doesn't work and you are using Firefox, try to uninstall and reinstall Firefox, just remember to save (export) your bookmarks first. Good Luck.
I just recently had the same problem. You need to 'uncheck' the box in the flash player settings (right click on the player when opened and go to settings). This is an issue with the newest version of Flash player. Hopefully they will fix this soon, the videos are not as clear when turning off this feature.
Open your Control Panel (from the Start menu), open Add or Remove Programs and look for the listing Adobe Flash Player.
If it isn't present, or is listing a player older than version 9, your download probably didn't install.
If it is listed, I would remove it form the list and repeat your download, preferably from Adobe's site to ensure you get the most recent version.