Re: Adobe Problems
Sometimes what happens is that you've installed the latest flash player and
the web site looks for an earlier version and then tells you to download it,
which then causes the conflict/question you posed. If you have the latest
from Adobe then just disregard any 'download' for the player.
"StewNTexas" <StewNTexas@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Running Windows XP, Internet Explorer 7.
> Some sites tell me that Adobe Flash player is required, and give me an
> address to visit to D/L it. I have done this many times.
> I go into 'Add and Remove Programs', and Adobe 10 (latest) is there.
> I must have some setting wrong. I have Adobe Flash Player, it shows as an
> installed program, but it is not recognized. Could it be that it appears
> being present, but may not be installed?