Monday, April 7

Adobe Flash issues?

Adobe Flash is a plugin for Internet Explorer and Firefox that allows active content to be displayed in your web browser.

Do you have problems with flash not working?

In most cases, a reinstall will fix any issues with Flash Player.
Many times, just uninstalling and reinstalling the Adobe Flash Player from the Add/Remove Programs Control Panel will not solve the problem. If the Flash Player is corrupted, it may not remove properly and therefore an new installations will not proceed correctly. Click on the following link to download the Adobe Flash Player Uninstaller and save it to your desktop.

Download the Adobe Flash Player Uninstaller
Run the uninstaller program and then reboot your computer to complete the uninstall.

Download the latest version of Flash Player

Now that Adobe Flash has been uninstalled, go to the Adobe site and download the latest flash player.

Security Level Issues Won't Allow Flash Player to Download
Sometimes, browser security will not allow you to download the Flash Player correctly. If this happens in Internet Explorer, check the following items to allow the download.

To change your security level:

1. Open Internet Explorer.
2. Click on Tools, Internet Options
3. Click on the Security Tab
4. Click Custom Level
5. Find the section titled "ActiveX controls and plug-ins"
6. Choose Prompt for "Download Signed ActiveX Controls"
7. Choose Prompt for "Run ActiveX Controls and Plug-ins"
8. Click OK twice to close the options screen