Question about Macromedia Flash MX Pro 2004
> First of all uninstall AdobeFlash player Active X and plug-in and reinstall it. By un-installingapplications there may be left some traces in the registry. These traces laterinterfere and make it difficult for the browsers to properly display videocontent on your system. That's why it is recommended to remove the Adobe FlashPlayer through control panel.
Here is how you can do that:
1. Start '' Control Panel '' Add orRemove Programs
2. Select Adobe Flash Player.
3. Remove from your computer. > If problem persists thenproblem could be in your sound drivers. 1. Right Click on Computer on thedesktop.
2. Select Properties '' Hardware '' Device Manager.
3. Note down the name of the device.
4. Uninstall it.
5. Reboot your machine. Windows 7 and Vista would automatically download andreinstall the sound driver. > After this step, scan andrepair registry errors with recommended registry cleaner and PC optimizersoftware such as Reginout cleaner.
Posted on Jul 07, 2011
It can be due to active x and registry corruption, apply the following solution:
Posted on Apr 28, 2011
Go to adobe.com and download the latest version.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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