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Micromedia projector wlhen i try to open games ect...my screen says a problem has caused micromedia projector to stop working correctly

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  • Deion Powell
    Deion Powell Sep 13, 2008

    I tried to play Hall of Justice on Cartoonetwork and It said my Macromedia Projector stopped working

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Check with ur flash player, if it is ok then the project file may be corrupt.

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