Posted 03 November 2009 - 11:35 PM
Hi frankp316, bluesjunior, and Romeo29, in order of your replies.
I have already been there and done all of that..., several times over as a matter of fact, and just for grins and chuckles I did it all over again last night too.
I even found a reply that someone had left to a similar topic that had left instructions on where to find and download an Adobe uninstaller to use to get rid of the older versions of flash before installing the latest version.
It also had a link to a page to go to that would check and tell you which version of flash you had on your PC. Anyway, before running that uninstaller I went to that website and guess what guys..., that sucker said that I already have the latest version of Flash installed.
OK, so then I decide to run the uninstaller to get a fresh start and that *insert favorite explicative here* wouldn't run. I got a notice saying that either the disk was damaged, the file download was corrupted, or I had a virus.
What a bummer. Now on top of all of my other trouble I have to worry about a virus.
I still need to find the Adobe download site and try a fresh copy of that uninstaller before I panic though. If any of you have any other thoughts or suggestions I'd like to hear them.
I mean I don't understand why I can view videos from Youtube, and every where else for that matter, in IE and not in Firefox.
Thanks for any help here guys.
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