Each time I try to play a video or audio, I receive a message that tells me to
download the Flash player in order to watch/listen. I want to use Windows Media Player for these purposes.
What gives? Does anyone know how I can get around this problem? I have just reformatted my hard drive, re-installe
d the O/S and Windows 7. I never had the
se messages pop-up before my pc crashed; now they are ubiquitous. I attempted to wor
k it out with a customer service rep via text/chat, to no avail. He said I would have to use email from another section to get the situation fixed.
Bottom line: I do not want to use Adobe Flash player on my 64-bit pc. Can anyone tell me how to get around it? Thanks very much. Bob
It is possible that some of the content you speak of is only capable of being played in the Flash Player and has code to check for the installation. In any case, if no one is able to help you here, a better place to get help might be the Flash Player forum.