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What I would believe to be the best option for you is outlined here.
What you will generally end up with is one HTML page with two "elements," if you will. The first "element" is a single Flash movie that does only one thing: sending the browser to the URL of the Flash-enabled Web page. The second "element" is a standard HTML META tag page refresher that redirects to the non-Flash-enabled Web page.
Basically, if the Flash movie loads within the page, this means the browser has installed the minimum (or higher) version of the Flash Player you selected in the Publish Settings and the page will almost immediately redirect the browser to the Flash-enabled page. If the Flash movie does not load, this means that the minimum version of the Flash Player is not installed and the META tag will redirect the browser (in the specified number of seconds) to the non-Flash-enabled page.
> If the Flash movie does not load, this means that the minimum
> version of the Flash Player is not installed and the META tag
> will redirect the browser (within the specified number of
> seconds) to the non-Flash-enabled page.
Check out FlashObject or UFO. Both of these detect Flash versions. If
the user has Flash available, the Flash content is show, otherwise default
HTML content is presented. You could put a <meta> refresh to forward to
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