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houns339

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Flash Player.

I have tried methods from this very site. I got the "Stand alone" player on my desktop but it does not work.

I have the un-installer too.

The player used to be there cos I was on U Tube and Miniclip etc. Now nada.

I am not very technical but I usually solve problems and keep my PC safe and cleaned up.

Vista seems over-protective to me.
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How to:

* Fix the Youtube error message 'Hello, you either have JavaScript turned off or an old version of Macromedia's Flash Player. Get the latest Flash player'.
* Check the version of Flash Player installed on your PC
* Fix common Flash Player installation errors
* Download the latest version of Flash Player as a single installation file

go here...
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Tried everything I could today. No go. Thanks for reply, I won't give up.
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Got Firefox and installed Flash Player on there. That is good enough for me. :)
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