What is your operating system & version?
I am using Windows XP with sp3
What files do you have in C:\Windows\system32\Macromed\Flash ?
Just ignore the install prompt message, I have the same issue like you.
Anyone got an answer please, I also note that the video does not show at all in IE 8 only the message saying Adobe is too old. I have installed the latest version, 11 but no change.
ADditional PC info
Free Space C:\ 20gig
Processor 1.82 ghz
Ram 2 Gig
in IE 8 only the message saying Adobe is too old
I don't think that such a message exists. Also, you do not have Flash Player for IE installed.
Try the following
- go to http://forums.adobe.com/thread/909550
- download the 32-bit uninstaller
- download both 32-bit installers
- close all browser windows, the run the downloaded uninstaller
- restart Windows
- go to C:\Windows\system32\Macromed\Flash and delete any remaining files in there
- run both downloaded installers
Right-click on NPSWF32.dll and select Properties; what file version does it have?
Did you get any error message when you tried to install the plugin for Firefox?
The file version is 220.127.116.11
No error message appears and it shows this verison in Firefox, tools, add-ons.
It is shown on my own website, which is penarthanddistrictscouts.org.uk. I have not been on any other sites to see if there is a general problem. Will look later today.
It is a joomla! run site, using AllVideos Reloaded!
Plugins show the current version ie 18.104.22.168
Perhaps it is a Joomla! problem?
I will check,
I see that as well; look at the code under
<!-- AllVideos Reloaded Plugin (v22.214.171.1244) starts here-->
<ins><div id="warnflashavreloaded0" style="background-color:red;color:white;width:160px;visibility:hidden"><strong>Adobe Flash Player not installed or older than 9.0.115!</strong><br/><a href="http://www.adobe.com/go/getflashplayer" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;" onkeypress="window.open(this.href);return false;"><img src="/plugins/content/avreloaded/160x41_Get_Flash_Player.jpg" alt="Get Adobe Flash Player here" style="border:0" /></a></div></ins>
Many thanks for all tyour help and patience, it turned out that the actual article code needed the <div>code</div> tags in Joomla!
Why this suddenly required the tags, I am not sure, it only occurred aftert I had updated firefox and Flash player!
Again, many thanks