Posted 19 September 2006 - 11:04 AM
Posted 20 September 2006 - 01:58 PM
When flash is working properly you should get an animated graphics banner at the top on Adobe's homepage http://www.adobe.com/, and if you right-click the banner you'll see "About Adobe Flash Player 9" to confirm it's a Flash presentation.
There's a help page for problems here: http://www.adobe.com...rt/flashplayer/
Edited by pip22, 20 September 2006 - 02:02 PM.
Posted 21 September 2006 - 09:51 AM
.....I followed your link and installed the Flash Uninstaller, set it up and ran it.... and then downloaded/installed the latest flash player.
Before installing I closed my browser and all other running programmes including things like Spam Filter for example.
It all went like a dream and I got straight into the online sports channel I was after.
Once again many thanks for the speedy and helpful information.
I now know where to come when I have a PC problem or question.
Best wishes, MisterC.
Posted 21 September 2006 - 03:27 PM
I have closed all browsers when trying to install the Flash player, but am wondering if I have some program running in the background that may be causing the problem? Do I need to disable my Virus/Firewall applications? Are there any others that I should be aware of that could be the culprit? What kind of other programs could be running that affects its installation?
I have uninstalled with the program Adobe recommends, still doesn't work. Adobe shows it's installed. It appears whatever I want to watch many times a screen (for video) shows up at first, but it disappers right away. Youtube, for example, does this. The video appears for a split second, then goes away.
This problem is driving me crazy and I have tried all the trouble-shooting found on Adobe that I can think of.
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