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swf files dont open in Flash Player Anymore!

Postby Badboy1256 » Thu, 08 Dec 2005 03:51:12 GMT

Now every time I try to open a .swf file it asks me what program do i want to 
open it in i have installed flash again and again and it still isant 
assositated i have to open it in IE but it dosen't work very well. Please Help.


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