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macromedia flash player problem


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hi,
im using windows xp sp2. i have installed the latest version of flash player from adobe web site...everything was successful. but sometimes still for no reason i go on a site that need the flash player to operate and it says that i don't have the latest version installed. so i went to the adobe site again and its all installed. but when i try to view the site ....i still can't view it. the only way i can view the site is when i enter the windows>system32>macromed>flash folder and click the flash player icon. then it will run an update and only then i am able to view the web site. please note that this has been happening several time now and that's the only thing that seemed to work. it looks like for some reason that i have to reinstall flash manually form the windows folder every single time. any idea why?

thanks
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See if this runs any differently

http://www.filehippo...flashplayer_ie/
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i noticed that it is an IE flash player...maybe it will be important to say that i am using maxthon as my default broswer. does that make a differece? will this link work as well?
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Can you view them with IE
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