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  jbaker65 09:36 31 Oct 05
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I have often visited the web site 'oldmanhonda.com' I have it bookmarked in my favourites list. For the last two days, if I try to access the site I only get a black screen with a white line outline and a small icon in the top left corner showing a tiny red square, a blue circle and a green triangle. All my other favourite sites work OK. Have you any idea what has happened or what I may have done wrong.

  Hamish 09:47 31 Oct 05

click here worked for me. Interesting site and will look at it in more detail when I have the time

  jbaker65 09:54 31 Oct 05

Hi Hamish, no your link just gives me the screen I described above. Thanks anyway.

  Hamish 10:00 31 Oct 05

If you are using IE try using Firefox as a browser click here. It is good.

  jbaker65 13:12 31 Oct 05

^

  VoG II 13:19 31 Oct 05

Download FlashPLayer click here

  Splork 13:21 31 Oct 05

You need to install or re-install Macromedia Flash Player - click here
IF you have Spywareblaster, make sure the Flash blocker is not enabled (click Tools).

  jbaker65 13:43 31 Oct 05

VoG and Splork, I've tried these and still no joy. Funny that this is the only site affected and friends have accessed the site with no problem.

  Splork 13:49 31 Oct 05

Is the Flash ActiveX control enabled in IE Manage Add-ons window?

  Splork 13:50 31 Oct 05
  jbaker65 15:32 31 Oct 05

Hi all Problem is now cured. I un-installed flash player, accessed the site and was asked if I wanted flash player to be installed. I chose 'yes' this re-installed the program and I was able to access the site again. I admit I don't fully understand the logic of this but so what, it is working again. Thanks to all for help.

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