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I lost my Adobe Flash Player today. I spend 3 hours with Adobe Support
and nothing helped. Exept now I'm being asked ever other second if I want ActiveX or not!

Last week I messed with my security settings. I went back today and reset everything to
default. Rebooted the PC, re-installed and still nothing!

I'm a professional gambler, I can't get into my casinos!

Removed personal information.

Please help!

Thanks, Pennie
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I know a link where you download adobe flash active :).Do you know alphabank?
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Since nobody give real answers, neither me.
You could save you money by trying Adobe recovery software, just have a try
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you may have done the following, but this is what we recommend:

lets try adjusting the security settings manually;

to enable ActiveX for IE 6.x and 7.0 for Windows: you can do the following:

1. Click on "Tools" menu in the browser.
2. Select "Internet Options" from the pull-down menu."
3. Click on the "Security" tab on the top portion.
4. Click on the "Custom Level" button on the 'Internet' zone option.

You will see a scroll-down menu with radio buttons. Select the 'Enable' radio button for the following menu choices:

* Run ActiveX Controls and Plugins
* Script ActiveX Controls Marked Safe for Scripting

1. Click on the "Ok" button to exit and save.
2. Click on the "Ok" button again to exit out of Internet Options menu

If you still have issues after that, then try using the flash uninstall tool
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