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1) Launch Task Manager (Keyboard Shortcut : Ctrl+Shift+Esc)
2) Go to Processes Tab
3) Make sure you have clicked on "Show processes from all users"
4) Kill "iexplore.exe" process
Let me know if that works.
I did exactly as you said. Nope it didn't work
Bypass the downloader/installer:
Download the following files by right clicking and selecting "Save target as".
Save ALL files to your Downloads folder - DO NOT RUN anything yet.
Reboot your system.
BEFORE opening anything else, go to your Downloads folder and run the UNINSTALLER to remove Flash Player.
Next, run the ActiveX Installer.
Once it's installed, see:Enabling Flash Player in Internet Explorer and: ActiveX Filtering in Internet Explorer to make 100% sure that Flash Player is enabled and NOT being blocked by ActiveX controls.
I tried what you instructed and although It's in my pc and did download. I still get a message on any on line clip that I need Flash player to see this video and directs me to download it again. Still no success.
I saw some cubes momentarily bouncing and to the right it
You have version 11,9,900,152 installed.
I use windows explorer
That means you have Flash Player installed and working.
Try to view Youtube Videos as a confirmation.
I can see all the YouTube videos. Why can't I view videos from my Yahoo site?
Yahoo is just one site that IE11 has had MAJOR problems with. Microsoft is aware of the problem but they're in no hurry to fix it.
I recommend using ANY other browser than IE. Microsoft has clearly shown that they no longer care about Windows users.
Chrime has its own Flash Player. The others need the Flash Player Plug-in (For All other browsers)