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You may have to go into the control panel and select add / remove programs (xp) or programs and settings (vista /7). Select Adobe Flash and remove it. Open your browser to http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/otherversions/ and reinstall the player. Select your operating system and in the version selection, highlight the newest version for the web browser you are using. If you aren't using a browser listed, select the 'other' version.
If you still get those errors after reinstalling flash, you may have the add-ons disabled in your browser. You can enable / disable browser plugins in Internet explorer:
Open Tools > Manage Add-ons Make sure that for Add-on Types the Toolbars and Extensions option is selected Make sure that Show the Currently loaded add-ons option is selected Select the flash item and if it shows disabled, enable it.
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