Flash Player for 32bit continuous problem

  geedad 14:05 PM 30 Sep 11
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Windows 7, Home premium, i5 intel. 64bit.I am having continuous trouble with trying to update from 10.3.181.34 Adobe Flash Player to ver. 10.3.183.10 for my 32bit IE. I am OK with the latest AFP download for my 64bit IE (11.0.1.129). I have started new subjects on this problem a couple of times, but I still have not found an answer to it. The problem I have is that when I use my email programme, and I link to a movie, it tells me that I need to update my Flash Player. When I try to update it, it tells me that I already have the latest AFP update! ( Well, I HAVE 11.0.1.129), so why don't the videos play! Thesr are the installed Adobe stuff: Adobe AIR 16/04/2011 ver. 1.0.0.1 Adobe Flash Player 10 Plugin 10/07/2011 ver. 10.3.181.34 Adobe Flash Player 11 ActivexX 64-bit 12/09/2011 11.0.1.129 Adobe Reader X (10.1.1) 14/09/2011 10.1.1 AdobeShockwave Player 11.5 16/04/2011 11.5.9.620 If I use Google Chrome, then my animated stuff is OK, but that doe not solve the email videos. Help! geedad

  Graphicool1 18:16 PM 30 Sep 11

First you'll have to uninstall the old version of Adobe Flash Player...CLICK HERE

Then you'll be able to install the new version...CLICK HERE

  Graphicool1 18:18 PM 30 Sep 11

SORRY

The CLICK HERE's are the wrong way round!!!

  geedad 19:30 PM 30 Sep 11

Graphicool1

SORRY

The CLICK HERE's are the wrong way round!!!

So's my brain! But thanks! geedad

  geedad 21:22 PM 30 Sep 11

Graphicool1 My Windows Applications folder now shows that the uninstall and install of the Adobe Flash Player was successful! However, I STILL cannot play videos when logging on to IE 32 bit. Message is "You need to update your Flash Player" blah blah...! I am now going to try IE 64-bit, and I will let you know how I get on. geedad

  geedad 21:25 PM 30 Sep 11

Graphicool1

NO! That doesn't work,either! Back to the drawing board! geedad

  geedad 21:25 PM 30 Sep 11

Graphicool1

NO! That doesn't work,either! Back to the drawing board! geedad

  geedad 21:25 PM 30 Sep 11

Graphicool1

NO! That doesn't work,either! Back to the drawing board! geedad

  rozzo66 22:01 PM 30 Sep 11

Hi geedad,I too had the same problems as you have got with flash player. I tried everything i could think of up to and including a system restore,flash videos refused to play on youtube. Then somebody suggested it could be the Firewall blocking youtube. In the end i uninstalled Kaspersky internet security 11 and reinstalled it and now everything is back to normal.

  geedad 22:38 PM 30 Sep 11

rozzo66 I have a freebie, AVG. Could that be the problem? But don't forget, I CAN play all video content through Google Chrome,so would AVG bypass that? However,I will have a look at AVG to see what it is blocking. Thanks - I need as much help as possible. geedad

  rozzo66 23:32 PM 30 Sep 11

I could play flash video with google chrome too,but in no other web browser.

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