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Which version of shockwave flash should i get?


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don't.explode

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Hi.
Just have a basic question,I'm not a technically astute person. I have an older computer that has a pentium three processor of 929mhz. The latest flash needs a much faster processor, but firefox [no, don't want to change browsers] keeps nagging me to upgrade flash. The version of flash I have is "shockwave flash 9.0.45.0. What version of flash higher than this can I upgrade to that will still be compatible with my processor? Where can I find it?
I have searched and searched for this, including on adobe, to no avail. It has a list of older versions but when I downloaded one it didn't run and I didn't know how to get it to; nor did it give system requirements. My old machine is still useful and I do not wish to stress it with incompatible software.
Thank you,
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The matter is being dealt with on your other topic here
http://www.geekstogo...__fromsearch__1

where Ztruker has asked you to follow the advice for unzipping the download files

I have therefore closed this topic.
Please continue on the other one
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