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I have unintalled and downloaded adobe flash player 7 on several occasions and it still does not work? I do not know if I have deleted some cookies that it may need to play this device. Please reply in baby talk as I am not really computer literate. Many thanks

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  • opiero1 May 31, 2008

    I have unintalled and downloaded adobe flash player 7 on several occasions and it still does not work?
    I do not know if I have deleted some cookies that it may need to play this device. Please reply in baby talk as I am not really computer literate. my operating system is windows Vista

  • opiero1 May 31, 2008

    I have unintalled and downloaded adobe flash player 7 on several occasions and it still does not work?
    I do not know if I have deleted some cookies that it may need to play this device. Please reply in baby talk as I am not really computer literate. My operating system is windows vista, and it may be that I have removed some cookies which are needed to operate adobe flash player 7 when I have benn trying to clean up my computer.



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    Peter

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