Hello, I have IE9 'update version' 9.0.9 running on Windows 7 Home Premium v6.1 (Build7601 SP1). I recently reset IE9 because of another problem. Since then, when I start IE9 or do a Refresh on the browser I get the Adobe Flash Player download screen. I installed the latest version of Player. I see it in IE's Manage Add-ons screen. It is Enabled. I have IE's Active-X filtering turned off. I uninstalled then reinstalled Player and got the bouncing cube when I started IE. Next time I started IE I got the Download Flash Player screen.
I continue to see the Flash Player download screen each time I start IE or do a refresh on it. I've read forum articles here and other places and have tried numerous fixes, but all failed. I need some guidance!
Thanks - Dave
Can you tell us what you have in these folders:
Also, can you post a screenshot of that download panel?
Pat, thanks very much! I must apologize for a false alarm. My problem was that somehow the URL for the Player download had been made the top home page in my IE. After I reset IE I set the only home page URL to my Web site. There was no URL to the Flash Player site. I'm clueless as to how it got there. It's not there now though, and the problem has gone away. - Dave