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22-Aug-2011, 10:38 AM #1
Angry Adobe Flash Player.
Hello, I need some help with my plugin for Adobe Flash Player. I went onto a website called www.explosm.net and went to comic 1217, to watch the Spartacus film, it didn't load, and in the corner came up a square with a triangle, circle and square. At the bottom of the page, it said, "Not loading? Get the plugin!" So I clicked on the link and downloaded the Adobe Flash Player. After, I went into IE and found that my favourites changed to the ones from my Dad's name, but the plugin worked. After, I closed IE and opened it again, to find my favourites were mine again, but the plugin didn't work, WHAT DO I DO?
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22-Aug-2011, 11:40 AM #2
Always, always, always download plugins from only the publisher's website. If you did not download Adobe Flash Player from adobe.com, do a System Restore to the restore point created when you installed the new plugin, or prior to installing the plugin. Then go to adobe.com to download the Flash Player. The plugin for Internet Explorer should be automatically installed.
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22-Aug-2011, 01:14 PM #3
WTF? I just did what you said, the System Restore, and redownloaded it, but it didn't work, it still went to my Dad's favourites. And also, I did download the plugin from Adobe, and it still didn't work. D:
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22-Aug-2011, 06:11 PM #4
try google chrome
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