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Windows Vista-cannot view videos or download flash player

Postby SkFTT04 » Sun, 20 Jan 2008 02:47:01 GMT

I am unable to view any videos on the internet. I have also tried to download 
adobe flash player several times and was unsuccesful. I have searched through 
all of the help pages with no luck. reformatting my computer is the only 
thing that worked. Two weeks kater I am back in the same position.

Can anyone help?

Thnx  J

Re: Windows Vista-cannot view videos or download flash player

Postby Leonard Grey » Sun, 20 Jan 2008 02:53:29 GMT

If searching through all the help pages didn't work, and reformatting 
didn't work, maybe it's time to show the computer to a professional 

Leonard Grey
Errare humanum est

Re: Windows Vista-cannot view videos or download flash player

Postby SkFTT04 » Sun, 20 Jan 2008 03:47:03 GMT

My post stated that reformatting is the only thing that did work. The problem 
is corrected then it reoccurs. Reformatting is the only solution I have found 
that works, it is only a tempoary solution however

Re: Windows Vista-cannot view videos or download flash player

Postby PA Bear [MS MVP] » Sun, 20 Jan 2008 04:34:55 GMT

What Norton application is installed?  What third-party firewall might you 
be using?  What anti-spyware application(s) might be installed (other than 
~Robear Dyer (PA Bear)
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