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Please help me, I can't view videos and some pictures on web sites. I use a Windows XP, and recently, I can't view online videos like the ones in youtube. When I tried to figure out what was wrong via the help and support section of my xp, there was a suggested answer that said that my flash player was corrupted. I acted on the suggestion by removing my flash player. I am now supposed to install the latest version of adobe flash player, but I'm worried that that might damage my system. I received advice that I should just download firefox and change that to my browser. What should I do? Should I install new flash player or should I download firefox? Please help, I'm not nearly as computer savvy as I want to be.
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Welcome to the forum!
Changing to firefox would still require you to update the Flash Player so changing to firefox for that reason alone would not solve your problem.
Installing the latest Flash Player will not harm your system in any way. Go ahead and install it.
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