I've checked the first link and under the manage add ons tab, next to Toolbars and Extensions, Shockwave Flash Objects is enabled. When I click on the link that takes you to the Flash Player About Page I don't even get a box with a red x on it, it's just blank.
I also checked the second link you posted having to do with ActiveX Filtering, I've made sure to turn it off. I also don't get the circle with a slash icon on any of the webpages I am having problems with.
My display adapter info is
Driver Provider: Intel Corporation
Driver Date: 4/4/2011
Driver Version: 220.127.116.113
If the Shockwave Flash add-on is enabled, and ActiveX filtering disabled, the only other idea I have is to update your graphics driver, according to the link in my earlier post.
I have the virtually the same as above, and I just recently got a new graphics card. Is there anything else to do?
I used the link below with the filepaths and didn't find anything. Is there
anything else to try? I've been doing internet searches for 3 days and I
keep coming up with the same things to do, but nothing works, short of
returning to IE8.
Don, could you give Google Chrome a try to make sure there isn't something at a lower level that is affected Flash?
Flash seems to be working with Chrome, so that's good. I tried IE again.
The message doesn't show up on the browser, but Youtube gives me a message
on each video saying that I need to download Flash to watch it. My wife
prefers IE, so I'd appreciate any help you can be getting that to work.
I'll still search on my own, as well.
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If you go to this page on IE, does it tell you what version of Flash is installed?
If not, please follow the steps in this FAQ: