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You shouldn't send $200 million dollar robots into space with bad cable either but it happens.
The tricky thing is, it doesn't happen to 100% of the flash player audience.
Yes others have reported similar issues, but this might represent a very
small percentage of users worldwide. Also, it may not even be a player issue
given the myriad of user computers, hardware, software conflicts, platforms,
browser versions, toolbars, oh my.
Can you provide more detailed info? When you say it "doesn't work" - what
does that mean? When you visit a web psge with flash content what does [or
does not] happen?
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"KristjanKristjansson" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Few days ago I got a notice that my Flash Player had been upgraded. Since
> Flash Player has not worked. Looking for solution I am supposed to go
> through a
> lot of trouble to correct this problem. I have also found others who are
> dealing with the same problem. It is a disgrace to Adobe to send out an
> to its software without testing it thoroughly first. They should not
> their customers to waist their time to correct their mistake.
When I opened a web page with Flash I just got the logo for Flash to show where I could download it. I found the following solution at Microsoft Forum: "I was having the same issue and I finally discovered that going to the following directory C:\Windows\System32\Macromed\Flash\ and running the following two executables it reset the flash 9 player and fixes it to run in IE7."
I think the problem is biger than you think because I seen discution about it on many different websites and blogs. Can you inform me how to prevent automatic downloads of updates for Flash?