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adobe flash player malfuntion and deleted files causing problems


cmjf0013

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I am having problems with my adobe flash player, I will randomly crash when I'm watching youtube videos or doing anything requireing that program, I can not find a solution to my problem, and then the second problem I am having is I deleted several cloned files, because I didn't pay attention, and now I can not use spell check, It does not show up if its spelled wrong, any ideas on EITHER of these problems?

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I would uninstall and re-install the flash player.

Not sure what's going on with your spell checker. Your problem was not clear to me. I assume you accidentally deleted an important file for your spell checker? Not sure what spell checker you are referring to.

Determine the host program for the spell checker, uninstall, re-install it.

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I would uninstall and re-install the flash player.

Not sure what's going on with your spell checker. Your problem was not clear to me. I assume you accidentally deleted an important file for your spell checker? Not sure what spell checker you are referring to.

Determine the host program for the spell checker, uninstall, re-install it.

 

ok, thanks lol, I think I may be able to do that, and I had deleted some files with clone file checker on the beta of asc, its not that important, but I can't get it to check my spelling if I'm typing online

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.....its not that important, but I can't get it to check my spelling if I'm typing online

Do you mean when you are typing in a reply box here at the forum?

What browser do you use?

If you use FireFox go to:

• FireFox menu

Options

Advanced section

General tab

In the Browsing section see if Check my spelling as I type is ticked. If not, tick it then click OK

 

All the best, woz of oz

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@Melvin_Deal I read that thread, and I had done the same thing as him, so I'll read the whole thread and see how they fixed it, and see if I can fix mine as well lol.

 

@wozofoz that worked, I'm not sure how that got turned off, but its working now and about the adobe flash player, how can I reinstall that? I can't find a good safe site, they all seem fake some how, like a scam or something

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Hi CJ... concerning your @ Woz in the previous post.

 

You can uninstall your current version of the flash player using the Iobit Uninstaller. Then reinstall it from this Adobe page. Adobe is the producer of flash player so this is totally legitimate. This page automatically downloads the correct version for your machine. Make sure you uncheck the McAfee trial that will be presented to you before installing.

 

If you want to do a clean install (recommended) then please review the guidelines for a here and here. They are a useful guidance for doing a clean install of any software if you interpret and apply them correctly. Please review the guidelines carefully.

 

I suspect that Masterblaster is correct... that a clean install of the flash player will fix your problem concerning it.:grin:

 

Sincerely,

-Mel

Live long and prosper!

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You can uninstall your current version of the flash player using the Iobit Uninstaller. Then reinstall it from this Adobe page. Adobe is the producer of flash player so this is totally legitimate. This page automatically downloads the correct version for your machine. Make sure you uncheck the McAfee trial that will be presented to you before installing.

 

If you want to do a clean install (recommended) then please review the guidelines for a here and here. They are a useful guidance for doing a clean install of any software if you interpret and apply them correctly. Please review the guidelines carefully.

 

I suspect that Masterblaster is correct... that a clean install of the flash player will fix your problem concerning it.:grin:

 

Sincerely,

-Mel

Live long and prosper!

 

thank you so much, I believe this is why I have been having big problems with ram usuage and stuff, I will do this right now lol, thanks so much Melvin_Deal, your a life saver

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Hi Mel

 

ok,I have never done a clean install or anything like that, I will follow those instructions on the links.

 

Using both of the links you provided, I am going to learn about a clean uninstall and reinstall, is there anything I should double check BEFORE I do this? I don't want to mess this up, I am unfamiliar with those, btw, while I'm waiting for a reply, I will continue to read from those links and get ready to do the uninstall

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ok,I have never done a clean install or anything like that, I will follow those instructions on the links.

 

Using both of the links you provided, I am going to learn about a clean uninstall and reinstall, is there anything I should double check BEFORE I do this? I don't want to mess this up, I am unfamiliar with those, btw, while I'm waiting for a reply, I will continue to read from those links and get ready to do the uninstall

 

A clean install means uninstall (even manually deleting the directory left behind if there is one) and re-installing the program. A non-clean install would be installing the program again without first uninstalling it (installing it 2x).

I would also recommend uninstalling using Iobit Uninstaller as it removes files that the Windows uninstall utility leaves behind.

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ok, I'll do that, I just had some bad storm run in last night though so I'm still doing a damage assesment, so when I do that I'll let you guy sknow if I run into trouble, it updated this morning, something its never done, should I still redo it anyways? or do you think Its best to see if the update fixed it?

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See if the update fixed the problem first.

 

If it is not fixed, another way to uninstall Flash Player is to use the Adobe tool Uninstaller for Flash Player

See the easy to follow instruction @

Flash Player Help / Uninstall Flash Player | Windows

 

Then download and install a new copy of Flash Player

 

All the best, woz of oz

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See if the update fixed the problem first.

 

If it is not fixed, another way to uninstall Flash Player is to use the Adobe tool Uninstaller for Flash Player

See the easy to follow instruction @

Flash Player Help / Uninstall Flash Player | Windows

 

Then download and install a new copy of Flash Player

 

All the best, woz of oz

 

thank you wozofoz, I will test it out to see what it does today. have an amazing day WOZOFOZ!

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