Question about Adobe Computers & Internet
Start > Control Panel > Add & Remove Programs.
In that list you should see Adobe flash player. double click it to Uninstall it.
Reboot your computer.
Go to:http://www.adobe.com/support/flashplayer/downloads.html and download the program again and install it after you have downloaded it.
That should solve your problem.
Good Luck, Nate
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