I have installed the latest Adobe Flash Player several times, but I still receive the message that I need to install the latest Adobe Flash Player in order to view items on any website that requires Flash Player. I have verified that the version of the program in the Control Panel: Programs is the latest version — 220.127.116.11
Some websites say that I must install Adobe Flash Player in order to view the content on their website. I can sometimes install the product and then go to the website and view whatever content I need to. Today for some reason, I installed the product AGAIN AND AGAIN AND AGAIN and for some reason it is not being recognised. How should I proceed and what can I do to make sure that you product downloads and installs and is recognised as being installed and what version is installed. I did not have this problem with version 10 of you product and have only gotten this message since I had to install “the latest version”.
Thanks for any help that you can give me… This is so frustrating and now I can’t view content for websites that I must get to.
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This is jacqmar, I wanted to say I’m having similar problems with Flash Player. I have a 64 bit, IE 9, and the latest version of Adobe Flash Player. The settings mgr says I have the Active X version, but not the plug in version installed. I need the plug in version in able to view certain videos on websites such as CNN. I disabled Active X filtering while downloading Adobe FP and still not plug in version. What am I doing wrong?
The plug-in version of Flash Player is for browsers other than Internet Explorer.
Since the Flash Player for Internet Explorer is an activex add-on, active x filtering must be turned off to view videos.
Thank you. I have spent lots of time searching for answers, never did I find what you told me.
I have a windows 7 64bit machine and use firefox and I get the same gibberish…I have tried every solution on the forum without success…MUCH too hard to fix…could someone using actual non geek english provide a step by step fix for this???
I have uninstalled and reinstalled. I have checked the firefox plugin…
Thanks Carl and Jacqmar for your post. James I hope you get the non geek help you need. I did the 2 things mentioned above for Internet Explorer 9 and it still did not seem to work. After I Shut Down and rebooted my machine, I did not have the problem anymore. For some reason, I get the BLANK screens on certain context. Don’t know if it’s a related problem or what is happening. THANKS A BUNCH FOR YOUR HELP!!!!!
For some reason, I get the BLANK screens on certain context.
What is the address of these sites where you get blank screens?
Still no answer to this problem?? I do not see how it does Adobe an good to have a player that does not play
I have a windows 7 64bit machine and use firefox and I get the same gibberish…
I don’t understand what you mean. The best way to get help here is to start your own topic, and give a detailed description of your environment and problem you encounter.
It is very difficult to help different people with different problems in one and the same topic.
I had same problem what i did was i did a disk clean up followed by disk defragmenter, dont know why but it fixed my problem!