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A script in this movie is causing adobe flash player 9 to run slowly this appears on screen when trying to load gala bingo

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Yes, that error happens in concurrence with an overused CPU, indicating a poorly written application or Flash movie, or perhaps just an older machine.  If you tell it not to stop the script and things go well enough, then there are no worries (and in most cases the Flash game was just taking a while go set up its environment.)




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If you want more information, check it out at Macromedia.com with several appropriate searches on that error and what it means for authors and programmers.

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When I try to install adobe flash player on windows 7 running IE 9 it installs but it will not run.as a result there are some videos on you tube that I cannot watch this problem has been ongoing since


goto youtube and on the flash window if there was an a option that
click to istall adobe flash player
or install mannualy adobe flashplayer for adobe home

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I'm trying to download Adobe Flash Player. I am unable to complete download as I get an error reading The ActiveX Control for Flash Player could not be registered. Unsure what this means or how to fix it....


Hello brettashepe, once the "Download of the {Adobe Flash Player} begin!"
"Observe a 'message'!
The message may 'appear as a "Pop-up" in a small area of the 'upper screen'.
"Install [Active X] Software!"
There may also be a !Warning: To the "Downloading of "Active X" on the computer.
This is a "Trusted-Site; so its safe to "Download the Software."
Try [Downloading Adobe Flash Player] from this "Website."
Attention!: If you are 'still' having trouble "Downloading the [AFP]?
Try (1) from a {Previous Version} ie. Adobe Flash Player

!Important: "Take a 'moment to rate the help', so I can get 'credit' for the work.

Thank you!" - paul7of9


Click here for previous {Versions}: http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/search/index.cfm?loc=en_us&term=adobe flash player [versions
Click here for {Latest Version}: http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/

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I can't get adobe flash to download on my windows vista. I get error 19166


follow these steps:
1.First, Uninstall with Adobe's Flash Player Uninstaller:
http://download.macromedia.com/pub/f...ash_player.exe
2.Re-install the full version of flash player :
http://fpdownload.macromedia.com/get...r_active_x.msi

If these two option did not solve your problem maybe you have javascript disabled follow the steps descrived below:
In Internet Explorer:
Select tools -> Internet Options
Click on the "security" tab
Click on "custom level"
Scroll down to the Scripting option
Select "Enable" for "Active Scripting and Scripting of Java Applets"
Click "ok"
Select YES if a confirmation box appears
Click "ok" and close the window.
Hit "F5" to reload the page.

In Mozilla Firefox:
Click tools -> Options
Click "content" in the options list
Check the box next to "Enable JavaScript"
Click the "Advanced" button
Check the boxes under "allow scripts" to enable JavaScript.
Click "Ok" twice.
Hit F5 to reload the page.

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Tried both solutions adobe flash player 10 still failed to register


You may need the latest Java Updates. Go to www.sun.com and download the latest Java Console to your computer. After installation, try to download Adobe Flash Player again. If it does not work then your operating system may not be compatiable with Adobe Flash Player 10. You may need to download an older version such as Adobe Flash Player 9.

You can find older versions of Adobe Flash Player such as 9 on www.cnet.com type in the search field (adobe flash player 9). After the options show up, choose the file to download and install.

Be sure to check your available memory and system speed which are also factors when installing flash software.

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Can't downloan flashplayer get error msg 19166


1: Run a spyware/malware scan
2:Completely uninstall flash http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/141/tn_14157.html
3:Reinstall adobe flash player http://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer
4:Also enable Java script.

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Adobe won't load properly


Try un-installing Adobe Flash Player through Add/Remove Programs in the Control Panel.

After it is completely removed, reboot your computer and then go to the Adobe site to re-install the latest version of Adobe Flash.
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you can download and install adobe so that you can view the movies in youtube etc.

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I'm trying to download adobe flash player 10 and it wont work. it says installation complete and i still cant access bingo night live or pure play. there saying need flash player. was working fine before


Is your PC running with Win XP with Service Pack 2 or higher? Which browser do you use ( Internet explorer or Mozilla Firefox) 
Check out the Add Remove Panel for the Latest installation of  
1. Adobe Flash Player ActiveX 
2. Adobe Flash Player Plugin

3. Adove Shockwave Player 11 

Download it from this weblink: Flash Player 

Also check this update for Microsoft

You need to uninstall Java and Adobe Flash Component from PC.

First, it is better to run in "Safe mode with Networking"; by pressing F8 key during Bootup.

After then, Uninstall Java, Then uninstall Adobe Flash component from the control Panel, then reboot PC. 
Let me know after this if you are able to download and install the latest version of Java and Flash plugin from the link given: 
Java Plugin 
Flash Player . 
And then reboot PC. 
Let me know the status after it.

Regards, 
Ellin

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I have Flash 6 player and it was not playing swf files so I downloaded the 9 player. When I try to play flash files my computer still says it is using the 6 version player. How do I get the PC to recoginze...


Hey jlriley45,

In some instances, programs will install themselves without removing or updating information from previous versions that were already installed on a computer. To avoid such a problem, it is generally recommended that users uninstall these previous versions before installing the new one.

In order to uninstall Flash Player 6, there are a couple of things that you can do. First, Adobe has developed an uninstaller program that you can download from their main support website:

http://kb.adobe.com/selfservice/viewContent.do?externalId=tn_14157&sliceId=1

You'll want to make sure that you quit all other programs before running the uninstaller, as well as make sure that you do not have an anti-virus/anti-spyware program running in the background. Run the program, and follow the step-by-step instructions that appear on your screen.

Once this is done, you may also wish to check the Installed Programs list for your computer. This can typically be accessed in most versions of Windows by clicking on the "Start" bar on your desktop, choosing "Settings," then "Control Panel." After you're in the control panel, double-click on the option that says "Add/Remove Programs" to open the list of currently installed programs. If Flash Player still appears in this menu, highlight it and click on the "Remove" option to the right of the program name.

After you've uninstalled the program you should be able to download and install Flash Player 9 with minimal fuss. However, in the event that you still cannot get the program to function correctly, you may wish to visit Adobe's product support site for more information:

http://www.adobe.com/support/

Hope this helps you out.

Sincerely,
Aaron
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