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Fonda
post 2.05.2009 20:00
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Hi, I am new to this so bare with me, please.

I use AOL as my ISP. When I click on a link for a story and there is a picture to view, it tells me I need to install Adobe Flash Player. I click on the link to do this and Kaspersky denies the installer. What do I need to do
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Whizard
post 2.05.2009 20:08
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What is the error message?


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pennbank
post 2.05.2009 22:39
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QUOTE(Whizard @ 2.05.2009 20:08) *
What is the error message?



I had similar problem yesterday
I downloaded Flash player removal tool
http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/141/tn_14157.html

Did restart and re installed Flash player 10

hope that works
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skyfox
post 10.08.2009 20:57
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QUOTE(pennbank @ 2.05.2009 14:39) *
I had similar problem yesterday
I downloaded Flash player removal tool
http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/141/tn_14157.html

Did restart and re installed Flash player 10

hope that works


HELP still needed:
Hi. I also used the uninstall removal tool, cleared out all traces, etc. then went to do install but do not see it as a program. KIS did ask me how much to trust this and I selected limited. Is that the problem. Do I need to grant it full access?
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dawgg
post 10.08.2009 21:15
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Yep, would help.
My Security Zone - applications - low restricted (in dropdown list)... right-click and move all flash player related files to Trusted and then reinstall.
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