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IE7 Won't Allow Full Flash Install


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AnaMayShun

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I just got a new laptop (HP DV9233CL) and i've been doing the Microsoft Updates and everything. The OS is Windows Vista Home Premium. But on IE7 I can't seem to install Adobe Flash. It works on Safe Mode but not on Normal. And it works with Firefox. I tried to uninstall it and reinstall but that doesn't work. Does anyone have a solution to this?
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Maxthon is an IE-engine based browser,

http://www.maxthon.com/

Maxthon 2 is their latest stable release.
If it doesn't work on it, then it's a compatibility problem with IE, Vista and Flash.
Is my best guess. :whistling:

Type in "windows vista flash player forums". In google search or your favorite search engine.

I had a flash player problem solved in XP, but I don't know if it would work with Vista.
I found the answer by asking in a Windows Newsgroup.

http://search.micros...ista newsgroups

I hope you find the answer.
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Thanks for the help. I wasn't able to find out how to get Flash to work with IE.
I was wondering if you knew how to uninstall IE from Vista. So i can try to reinstall it. I'm hoping that would work.
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