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Hi,

 

Using an Acer Intel Core i5 desktop computer.

 

Windows 8.1 legal.

 

After booting up and connecting to the Internet I got the following:

 

 

TypeError: Error #1009: Cannot access a property or method of a null object reference.
 at tv.adap.vpaidclient::VASTAdPlayer/onResolve()
 at tv.adap.vpaidclient::Resolver/onAdTagLoad()
 at MethodInfo-543()
 at tv.adap.net::HTTPClient/onComplete()
 at flash.events::EventDispatcher/dispatchEventFunction()
 at flash.events::EventDispatcher/dispatchEvent()
 at flash.net::URLLoader/onComplete()

Error: Error #2099: The loading object is not sufficiently loaded to provide this information.
 at flash.display::LoaderInfo/get width()
 at com.mediamind.instream.shells.core.mediator.display::CreativeModulesDisplayManager/resizeCreative()

 

Otherwise running as normal.

 

Regards

 

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I would suggest you to uninstall and reinstall the latest version of Adobe flash player. Check if it helps.

 

Step 1:

Uninstall Adobe flash player follow the steps in the link following link:

 

Uninstall Flash Player | Windows

 

Step 2:

Download and install the latest version of adobe flash player from the following link:

 

Adobe Flash Player


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Hi Dashing Star,

 

I have followed your instructions.

 

Uninstalled Adobe flash player

 

Re installed Adobe flash player

 

as per the links in your email.

 

I will run it now for a while and then tomorrow , my time which is Australian East Coast time, I will let you know.

 

I appreciate your help and time

 

Regards


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Thanks for replying! :thumbsup: 

I am waiting!  ;)


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Hi Dashing Star,

 

As I started up the Internet I got the same Error message as yesterday:

 

TypeError: Error #1009: Cannot access a property or method of a null object reference

 

So I did a major uninstall of Adobe Flashplayer, turning off anti-virus program and restarting between processes.

 

I downloaded Flashplayer from Adobe website and reinstalled it, restarted and when I started up the Internet I got this:

 

Error #2044: Unhandled securityError:. text=Error #2048: Security sandbox violation: https://player.ooyal...2ee53022356c2d1 cannot load data from https://media.telstra.com.au/.
 at com.ooyala.player.source::RemoteAssetVideoItem()
 at com.ooyala.player.source::ItemFactory/createVideoItem()
 at com.ooyala.player.authorization::AuthorizationManager/parsePlayerXML()
 at com.ooyala.player.authorization::AuthorizationManager/finishValidatePlayerXml()
 at com.ooyala.player.authorization::AuthorizationManager/validatePlayerXML()
 at com.ooyala.player.authorization::AuthorizationManager/onPlayerXmlChanged()
 at com.ooyala.player.event::LoggingEventDispatcher/runEventHandlerAndLogErrors()
 at com.ooyala.player.event::LoggingEventDispatcher/dispatch()
 at flash.events::EventDispatcher/dispatchEventFunction()
 at flash.events::EventDispatcher/dispatchEvent()

 

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on which browser this happens?


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Hi Dashing Star,

 

This is on both IE11 and the latest Chrome.

 

Regards


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My guess is you were using the "debug" version Flash

 

Install Flash Player in five easy steps

 

Flash Player issues | Windows 8

 

Go through the steps given above and restart the pc


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Hi Dashing Star,
 
I went to the first Link and was asked to check whether Flashplayer was installed on the system. So I will follow the rest of the instructions. Regards
 
 
In the first line:
 
18.0.0.232 (debug version)

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Do not install debug version otherwise you see that error.. Now what about your pc?


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Hi Dashing Star,

 

I followed all the other steps and back to square one with the pop up message.

 

I was then directed to various other websites in Microsoft which said do this or do that.

 

However or whatever I tried I still have the Debug version of Shockwave.

In one of the answers in a Microsoft webpage there was a big dicussion about using 32 bit Shockwave or 64 bit Shockwave.

One answer a guy wrote that he had no sucess so he switched browsers.

I thought thats for me and I have switched to an updated version of Chrome with which it is stated that I should have no more problems as it has its own version of Shockwave.

 

The rest of the system seems ok and I get a clean bill of health from Malwarebytes Anti virus.

Regards

 

 

 


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Thanks for updating!  :thumbsup:

 

Glad to hear your problem solved!

 

Regards  :wave:


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Hi Dashing Star,

 

I will run for a day or so and will post an update.

 

Regards


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Yes! ofcourse you can tell what happen for the time being..

We are glad to help you. Even not me any other techies whom very experience then me will guide you!


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Not hear from you!

An update would be appreciated!


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