Adobe Flash Player

  douglas1973 25 Jun 11

In BBCi Player I am told that I need to install Flash to play the program that I have selected and instructs me to "Download the Flash Player now" On downloading it I find it is exactly the same version of Adobe Flash Player that I had installed ( I still am not able to play the program or any other program in BBCi. I therefore switched from Internet Explorer 9 to Firefox but the same problem occured. It also occurs when I try to open an animated greetings card in a Greetings card website. Uninstalling and reinstalling Adobe Flash Player makes no difference.

  buteman 25 Jun 11

In add remove are both versions of flash installed.

Maybe check your add-ons to make sure that they are enabled.

  buteman 25 Jun 11

When I had that problem it took me about a fortnight to get it fixed.

Try View.And set your Zoom to 100% then try one of your flash players to see if it works.

  buteman 25 Jun 11

You have to follow the directions on this and make sure no other programs are open when doing it.have a good read through first.

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  rdave13 25 Jun 11

A symptom usually occurring when using a registry cleaner or fix. Have a look here, REGISTRY FOR FLASH CORRUPTED

  douglas1973 25 Jun 11

Very many thanks buteman. I followed your instructions and they have worked! Brilliant! The new download of Flash Player took what felt like half an hour - can't see why but the main thing is that I am now back to normal.

Thank you too rdave13 for providing me with a solution which I have not tried because the instruction provided by buteman was succesful. You are probably right that the cause was probably a registry cleaner. I used CCleaner and Ashampoo WinOptimizer 7 very recently.

  rdave13 25 Jun 11


Glad you're sorted.

If you would be so kind as to click on the tick, on the post buteman gave the best answer, it will mean that this post is resolved.

That means others need not open the thread. Thank you.


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