|24 Feb 2009||#1|
flash player & opera??
Okay here's my next problem (this one ain't so dificult i guess),
i needed to make an clean installation of windows 7 and the only one i could get so fast was one with some programs added already, one of the programs was opera which i didn't like so i uninstalled it with "youre uninstaller 2008" and installed fire fox, so far no problems.
now i needed flash player 10 in order to install norton 2009, so i installed flash player 10 (direct link from the adobe website), but norton still gave me the error that it wasn't installed, i looked up and found this,
don't know if you can see it but flash player tries to install it on my opera folder, which isn't there anymore and it fails then it installs an uninstaller and say's its finished.
so i guess opera has left some system files in my computer so flash player thinks its still there and won't install the right way.
Anyone knows a solution to this problem?
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|06 May 2009||#2|
I used the direct download link to Install Flash and it is also working with Opera on Windows 7.
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