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Adobe flash 9F.ocx causes my computer to shut down off the internet. tried the latest flash ... are there any patches iam not aware of? - iam running ie7, with a .350proc from compaq

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  • messages Jul 03, 2008

    yeah i apprec the thought ... went 2the adobe site it automatically will remove it from the drive, then reset ie7 ... then loaded the newest flash again. watching videos & cuts off the net again ??? frustrating, B.

  • phantomPA Aug 23, 2008

    whenever I go to myspace, slide, photobucket, where flash is used ie error box pops up prompting me to send error to microsoft. I have to to to " manage addons and disable shockwave, then go back, and once there, re-enable shockwave. It worked at first, now it don't. What can be done? I did uninstall and reinstall and it did not seem to do much good. Gliche in ie7?

    Jen

    phantomportangel@gmail.com

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Have you tried uninstalling your flash before reinstalling a new one? you may also try resetting your IE 7 by going to tools >> internet options>>advance>>reset

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When installing the newest version of Adobe Flash Player, it will NOT automatically uninstall the old version.

If the old version is still there, the new version will not install.

Fun stuff, huh?

Use the Adobe Flash Player Uninstaller tool.

http://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/uninstall-flash-player-windows.html

Go down to -
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[NOTE*
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