"Windows Uninstaller" is the name of a tool you can use to uninstall Flash.
"Laurel" <FakeMail@Hotmail.com> wrote in message
: Thanks. To better understand, this, though. This looks like you mean me
: uninstall Windows, sort of. I suspect that's not what you mean. What
: happen if I "follow instructions on the download page" for the Windows
: "Don Varnau" <don_04[at]varnau[dot]org> wrote in message
: > Hi,
: > You may have a corrupted installation of Flash.
: > Start Internet Explorer without add-ons from:
: > Right-click the IE icon on the desktop. Choose Start without add-ons.
: > or
: > Programs> Accessories> System tools> Internet Explorer (no add-ons)
: > With add-ons disabled, see if you can go to
: > http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/141/tn_14157.html
to download the uninstaller
: > Windows.
: > Save and run the uninstaller- follow the instructions on the download
: > page.
: > Restart and return to http://www.adobe.com/go/getflashplayer
: > flash.
: > Re-enable browser add-ons if they're still disabled.
: > Hope this helps,
: > Don
: > [MS MVP- IE]
: > "Laurel" <FakeMail@Hotmail.com> wrote in message
: > news:Oj8scX3JKHA.4376@TK2MSFTNGP03.phx.gbl...
: >> I'm running I.E. 7.0.5730.11. I don't know if this problem is I.E. or
: > not,
: >> but if not, could someone suggest where I could go?
: >> If I go to http://www.adobe.com
and click anywhere on the window, the
: > window
: >> goes blank and an hourglass appears and that's the end of that.
: > Originally
: >> I thought it happened if I clicked on "contact" or "download," but I
: >> click right in the middle of the window and get the same thing. I go
: >> away
: >> for an hour or two and when I come back, same thing. I am able to
: > on
: >> the X in the upper right corner, but then I get "the program is not
: >> responding." When I do close it down I get a dialogue box asking me
: >> send Microsoft the info because "a non-responsive program, internet
: >> explorer, was shut down". No other websites give me trouble. How can I
: >> diagnose/fix this?
: >> I recently did uninstall a bunch of things I didn't recognize that
: >> add/remove said were used "rarely." After I did it I discovered that
: >> "rarely" meant "rarely within the last 30 days." Duh.
: >> tia
: >> las