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Adobe Flash Player 10


Malapoa1

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For some time I used AFP 10 regularly wirhout problem. Then I started to get error messages for AFP 10. Although it was still working I decided to uninstall and reinstall. However although I go through the download process and get an entry on the Programmes list in Control Panel, there is no size given for the download and according to BBC iPlayer and Talktalk Speed tester I do not have iPlayer. Has anyone any ideas where I go from here please?

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mooly

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Adobe Flash doesn't show a size on mine either... but I have no issues with it.

Did you run the Adobe uninstaller before reinstalling ?

click here

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Malapoa1

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Thank you for the advice. Yes I did use Adobe uninstaller. Since then I have stumbled on the case of the problem. I had two versions of Adobe Flash one that i had downloaded and the second that was built in to Google Chrome. I uninstalled both Adobe stand-alone and Google Chrome and then re-installed Google Chrome, which I like. Problem solved. Once again thank you for your help.

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mooly

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Pleased you have fixed it OK...

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