ok this is the msg i see on my ie information bar:
"An add-on for this website failed to run. Check the security settings in Internet options for potential conflicts"
i found the add-on causing this problem it is shockwave flash object when i disable it i dont get that irritating msg and beep anymore..but i cant watch any video on youtube without it...i tried clean uninstall using flashplayer uninstaller and install the latest flashplayer again..but still same....i guess it is not very uncommon problem i see on other forums but there is not solution..can someone help me if i can roll back my flashplayer to previous version pls ?
thank you very much
that was the page i was looking for. now i am trying to uninstall recent version and install 1 previous flash player. i hope this fix my problem otherwise i dont know what else to do beside giving up using internet explorer
nope..nothing changed it is still same...i download older version and unrar and install these:
flashplayer10_3r183_10_win - flash player installer
flashplayer10_3r183_10_win - windows installer
flashplayer10_3r183_10_winax - flash player installer
flashplayer10_3r183_10_winax - windows installer
i guess it is not problem if i install flash player installer files or windows installer files but i am not sure if i should install win_sa and winax named setups ...anyway i installed all of them but i still get the same warning.....anyother way to fix it?
sa is the standalone player; you probably won't need it.
ax is the ActiveX installer for Internet Explorer.
Did you uninstall the previously installed version before installing the older one?
yes i uninstall previously installed version first with flash player uninstaller
and install this one..
my mum has windows xp home edition as well and i notice the same problem in her pc too..
and xp home edition i just installed on my pc ..maybe flash and home edition doesnt match good...
Can you start Internet Explorer in Safe Mode, and see if the same problem happens? If not, that would show that there is a conflict with another add-on.
If yes, what is the security setting on your IE?