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Deacivated flash, don't know how to restore. - Macromedia Flash Player

Somehow I have deactivated flash so that it will not run in... IE, Maxton, Avant, Mozilla or Firefox It WILL run in Yahoo messenger and stand-alone flash players. I most likely did a registry edit (win98se) or something with spybot or a similar tinkering type program. I have tried installing several versions of flash. Just wondering if there are any registry keys or internet settings I should check. thanks....

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    Default Deacivated flash, don't know how to restore.

    Somehow I have deactivated flash so that it will not run in... IE, Maxton,
    Avant, Mozilla or Firefox
    It WILL run in Yahoo messenger and stand-alone flash players.
    I most likely did a registry edit (win98se) or something with spybot or a
    similar tinkering type program.
    I have tried installing several versions of flash.
    Just wondering if there are any registry keys or internet settings I should
    check.
    thanks.

    shion_3072 Guest

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    Default Re: Deacivated flash, don't know how to restore.

    shion_3072 wrote:
    > Somehow I have deactivated flash so that it will not run in... IE, Maxton,
    > Avant, Mozilla or Firefox
    > It WILL run in Yahoo messenger and stand-alone flash players.
    > I most likely did a registry edit (win98se) or something with spybot or a
    > similar tinkering type program.
    > I have tried installing several versions of flash.
    > Just wondering if there are any registry keys or internet settings I should
    Maybe the killbit technote will help:
    [url]http://www.macromedia.com/cfusion/knowledgebase/index.cfm?id=tn_19091[/url]

    (Could be something else though. Without knowing how you disabled it
    it's difficult to guess)

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    Bentley Wolfe
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    Senior Escalation Engineer, Flash

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    Bentley Wolfe Guest

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    Default Re: Deacivated flash, don't know how to restore.

    Thanks, the killbit bit was it, it works fine now.
    shion_3072 Guest

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    Default No longer able to watch you tube videos

    Hello
    I tried to update my flash player for the newest version however it would not download the new version, this might of happened because I am using a work cpu therefore blocking me from certain actions. However I would like to restore the previous flash player so i can go back to listing to youtube. I have abode reader 9.

    Thank you
    Unregistered Guest

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