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t4ki0n, 27 Jan 2013
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Hi I tried to follow the instructions as proposed below: but got stumped at step 6, I was unable to tick the "full control: box" therefore could not complete the process.
My problem is, many site I visit ask to install the Adobe Flash Player add on, but as it is embedded in Windows 8, and am unable to uninstall/reinstall Flash Player, am I going about solving my problem the right way.
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Posted 16 June
I know this is an old thread, but the way I solved it was to choose a different operating system (Windows 7) on the Adobe flash download page and run the installer. I'm running Windows 10 Preview with IE 11. Windows now manages the flash plug-in, but it wasn't keeping up with Adobe, so installing the Windows 7 Active-x version did the trick.
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