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Windows 7: Adobe Folder Constantly Generated When Opening IE 10 on Windows 7

11 Mar 2013   #11
flashbgone

Window 7 Home Pemium 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by UsernameIssues View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by flashbgone View Post
I've just installed IE 10 on my Windows 7 64 machine last night. I had completely uninstalled flash prior to doing so but now am seeing that every time I open up IE 10 that it generates a Adobe folder in Users/My name/App Data/Roaming....
C:\Users\username\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Flash Player\NativeCache

The folder pretty much has to be there since that is where Flash stores its Digital Rights Management (DRM) stuff. The folder is created on a W7 computer as soon as you install IE10 - even on computers that have never had Flash installed (as a separate install).

I cannot find any website that actually puts files into that area, but I did not visit places hat had DRM content. It does not seem to be like a regular cache. Maybe once Flash is installed, stuff will start showing up in there.
Right. I figured that out. Actually was the main reason for this thread but I only found out after that there were other things. Like that video you posted above. I can't watch it. It's blank. It says I have to have flash or a html 5 supported browser. Yet here I am with a html 5 supported IE 10 browser that theoretically has flash built in and still can't watch. Unless I go to adobe and install flash.

As I recall though, I had downgraded from 9 once and back to 8 before again moving to 9. I just removed the windows update for IE9 and I was set.


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11 Mar 2013   #12
UsernameIssues

W7 Pro SP1 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by flashbgone View Post
Right. I figured that out. Actually was the main reason for this thread but I only found out after that there were other things. Like that video you posted above. I can't watch it. It's blank. It says I have to have flash or a html 5 supported browser. Yet here I am with a html 5 supported IE 10 browser that theoretically has flash built in and still can't watch. Unless I go to adobe and install flash.

As I recall though, I had downgraded from 9 once and back to 8 before again moving to 9. I just removed the windows update for IE9 and I was set.
Then something else is wrong with you setup because that video plays fine via IE10 without a separate install of Flash:

Adobe Folder Constantly Generated When Opening IE 10 on Windows 7-ie10-flash.png


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11 Mar 2013   #13
UsernameIssues

W7 Pro SP1 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by flashbgone View Post
...As I recall though, I had downgraded from 9 once and back to 8 before again moving to 9. I just removed the windows update for IE9 and I was set.
Do these same step for IE10...
Internet Explorer 9 - Uninstall
... and you should be back to IE9.

I rather like IE10. When you enable 64bit tabs, it is noticeably faster. I've not found one site where IE10 is a problem for me - but that is just me.
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11 Mar 2013   #14
UsernameIssues

W7 Pro SP1 64bit
 
 

It is your call.

Do you want to revert to IE9 or try and figure out why your IE10 setup is abnormal?
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11 Mar 2013   #15
flashbgone

Window 7 Home Pemium 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by UsernameIssues View Post
It is your call.

Do you want to revert to IE9 or try and figure out why your IE10 setup is abnormal?
Well. I like IE 10 so I'm going to keep it and work with it. Cripes, I've figured out things much harder than this before. I can watch youtube video generally though. Just not the one you embedded.

Usually around this time, I'm up working and listen to this radio station which runs on flash. News Radio 590 KLBJ AM Austin Texas :: Live Stream

I can't listen to that now without actually installing flash from adobe.

The only other issue I've had is that I cannot space paragraphs with the enter button like I could before on a furum. I can on this one though which is kind of weird. I think i'm going to keep it though. I'll read over that 64 bit link you gave too.

Actually, I just turned on enhanced 64. Going to restart now and see how it works. Thanks for that.
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11 Mar 2013   #16
UsernameIssues

W7 Pro SP1 64bit
 
 

I stand corrected (actually, I'm not standing at the moment :-).

The video plays if you watch it on YouTube. It does ask for Flash if it is embedded in this forum. So what you are seeing is the norm for IE10. I'm not sure why that is. I use Firefox for these forums and IE9 and IE10 (via a VM) for general surfing.

And I too would need Flash to listen to KLBJ... maybe it has to do with the embedded thing. I'm not much of a Flash guru.

Edit: Try this link:
http://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/r2MNHbcteZY
(Interesting domain name. I got the URL via the properties of the embedded video.)
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11 Mar 2013   #17
flashbgone

Window 7 Home Pemium 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by UsernameIssues View Post
I stand corrected (actually, I'm not standing at the moment :-).

The video plays if you watch it on YouTube. It does ask for Flash if it is embedded in this forum. So what you are seeing is the norm for IE10. I'm not sure why that is. I use Firefox for these forums and IE9 and IE10 (via a VM) for general surfing.

And I too would need Flash to listen to KLBJ... maybe it has to do with the embedded thing. I'm not much of a Flash guru.

Edit: Try this link:
http://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/r2MNHbcteZY
(Interesting domain name. I got the URL via the properties of the embedded video.)

I reverted back to IE9, rebooted and reinstalled IE 10. That's about all I can do. Still the same issue with some flash sites wanting you to install Adobe Flash. I'm just going to chalk it up as the web is due for an overall upgrade. Time for sites to get with the times. So...essentially I guess the issue is technically a non issue as far as IE 10 goes. It's some of the web sites that need to catch up, I suppose.

It is silly though, to me at least, that even though you have a flash supported IE 10 browser (that creates an Adobe Flash Folder, btw) that you would still have to install Adobe Flash on your system. Seems like they just have too much of a stronghold on the function of the web itself.

Thanks for your help.
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11 Mar 2013   #18
flashbgone

Window 7 Home Pemium 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Golden View Post
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Aside from that, I don't see a place to log out here any place. Is it hidden some place? Usually it's in plain site on other forums I've been to. Thanks.
It is here too....scroll to bottom of page:

Attachment 258786
Thanks, btw. I'm used to logouts at the top of the page on web sites. This is a new one for me having to look at fine print on the bottom of the page. I wouldn't have found it if you didn't point to it. Seriously.
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