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Problem flash player & youtube

Discussion in 'Software' started by greenbrucelee, Mar 24, 2010.

  1. greenbrucelee
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    I have a pc in the office that has all the latest flash player updates etc.

    When I go on youtube it will be fine, if I close youtube down then reopen it I get a message saying you don't have the latest version of flash. Sometime it will be the other way around where it will say I don't have flash then I go back to it later and it's ok.

    I am not sure whats going on, this system was one of those built for vista but has the OS downgraded to XP.

    I have tried all sorts such as deleting the version of flash and any reference to it then reinstalling it, rebooting, deleting temp files, tried various fixes found on the net but non have worked.

    Any ideas?
     
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    What browser are you using mate?
     
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    Ermm what about the flash addons ect in IE?

    Have you checked there enabled by default?
     
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    Its IE 8 version 800000000006

    Yep
     
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    Have you reset IE back to default?

    Then uninstall Flash Player, delete any reg keys and info in the user profile as well.

    e.g

    C:\Documents and Settings\<username>\Application Data\Adobe\Flash Player
     
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    I tried uninstalling flash and the reg keys bit before but not setting IE back to default, I will try that now
     
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    That seems to have worked now, I'll let you know if the problem returns.
     
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    No probs mate... 8)
     
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    You could have just played the "what are you doing watching youtube at work" card! :biggrin
     
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