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Seen the giant "linux family tree" map on wikipedia? You mention to open computer and navigate to c:windowsststem. Is there anyone out there that can help? I am using Windows 8.1 OS for the 1st time in desktop mode and am really struggling with it! his comment is here

Well all sites are not supported by android flash player. I have tried: - Installing new display driver - Installing new sound driver - Clear flash cache - Reinstalling flash player v18 - Ran a full malwarebytes scan Since spotify also What did is: Go to tools, internet options - towards the bottom of the page on the left side is a box that is checked next to "enable protect mode", uncheck I only have a FlashPlayerTrust. https://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/installation-problems-flash-player-mac_osx.html

I am running 64-bit Windows 7 and I had FlashUtil10e, which I clicked. I unchecked the box to pair McAfee Security with the download, and downloaded the latest version of Flash (to be honest, I've actually downloaded this exact same version about 10 times I am not an idiot.

Linda This is one of the few times I have looked on the internet for an answer to a problem and actually FOUND IT! grandmag This seemed to have been working as it said flash was installed after I performed these steps. Use a different browser If you see a pop-up window asking you to install Flash Player after you have installed Flash Player, use a different web browser. Thanks again!!

Reply to raindog_ca m 0 l dawesi August 30, 2016 4:27:32 AM To all the ingnorant people who are 'uninstalling flash'... jp charron I have done that System32 Intall but When I Press CONTINUE….THAT'S IT . Now open UC browser HD and click the menu button next to search button on top right and choose 'Settings'. HAve fun with trying that is what I am doing too..until I get old 😉 rick this for vista 32bit did not work and it installed as per your instructions.

The only thing that works on my computer is Windows Media Player ! ! ! and when i hit "run as administrator" and then "continue"….. It goes through the motions, and then tells me that "No plugins were installed." There is a link to manually install the plugin, which takes me to Adobe's Flash download page. I've turned off the UAC, I've disengaged the enable in security, right clicked and tried to run as an administrator.

Ensure that your computer is connected to the Internet Go to www.adobe.com to ensure that you are connected to the Internet. https://support.mozilla.org/questions/897250 Elizabeth Thank you so much for posting this!!! At least in that particular case it seemed to solve the problem. We purchased samsung galaxy tab 3 7.0 for our boys for christmas.

AND NOTHING HAPPENED. this content gopicks80 I did exactly what it said to do, except it was util10 not util9 on my computer. I'm not trying to be bitchy at all, but I have done everything that you said to do (and actually, I did all of it before I ever read your post I actually left my PC booting and got talking in the building cafe, only to return to the dreaded "Do Not turn off screen".

Thomas This one hit the spot for me too! That post proved useful to many android gaming enthusiast... either for the flash set up. weblink Can i find that out without contacting Dell?

I was getting so frustrated with this. I think Rick's comments are correct. Rob Thank you.

I even contacted Toshiba tech support and my personal computer "guru" and they could not assist.

Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 10. When using EA download manager it kept telling me that flash wasnt installed! Does anyone have any suggestions? Yes/No" Selecting either yes or no makes no difference and the error never changes.

It lets you play PS1 games on your android phone or tablet. I really think that two programs are somehow not responding or maybe the installer is not talking to the new adobe, but whatever it is, I need help , and help Let it install and everything should work. http://culturahq.com/cannot-load/cannot-load-oci-dll.html Anonymous Problem with Adobe Flash Player being compatible with Window 32 Vista.

the-edmeister Top 10 Contributor Moderator 4899 solutions 36156 answers Posted 11/23/11, 12:30 PM Maybe not solved for you. Anonymous I have Windows Vista and I've tried everything in the book to get Adobe Flash Player to work on my computer. Verify that your computer meets the system requirements for Flash Player. Been trying to install flash player and have followed instructions you've advised but have got stuck after i've gone into macromed.

The installation process completes, the installer tells me that the download is successful, and my browser opens back up with an "Installation Successful" message from the Adobe website. Open the Flash directory. 5. I had 8 and 9, so that's what I did and even cleaned out my recycle bin (big huge mistake).


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