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In this tech video learn how to install Adobe Flash Player in Internet Explorer 8.
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In this tutorial, you will learn how to install the Adobe Flash Player on Internet Explorer 8 and above. Open up Internet Explorer 8 or above, go to the website get.adobe.com/flash/player and go to that site scroll down uncheck this box right here unless you want to install the Google Toolbar but it is unnecessary. They have nothing to do with each other then click on Agree and Install Now. There's a good chance you will see this yellow bar up here, in order to install it, you must click it and choose this option.
The Adobe Flash Player will usually install within 45 seconds. When it is complete, close this window. When the Adobe Flash Player is successfully installed, you will see an animation somewhere right here. And if you do not see the animation something is wrong. And usually when something is wrong, it should do to your firewall software, your antivirus software or a very strong popup blocker software you have installed in your computer. I’m not sure exactly what you have on your computer since almost all computers are different and they are a ton of different programs out there. I just wrote up a quick list of the most popular ones out there Kaspersky, E=Set, Norton also known as Symantec, McAfee, ZoneAlarm, BitDefender, Blackice, Outpost, Trendmicro, Panda and Google Toolbar. Google Toolbar is a very strong popup blocker and I have had to remove it on one occasion when it was causing some sort of Adobe Flash Player problem. Once I've removed the Google Toolbar, everything was fine.
So remember it’s your firewall, antivirus or popup blocker software that’s preventing Adobe Flash Player from installing properly. The way to work around this is just temporarily disable or exit the software that you have on your computer which is firewall antivirus or popup blocker. Also, another way to check or to double check, that’s the Adobe Flash Player installed properly is go into Google. Within the Google Search bar, type in Adobe Flash Player Test, hit Enter and then go to the site and it will be adobe.com/shockwave/welcome. This will actually test the adobe Shockwave and the Flash Player. Adobe Shockwave Player is not installed. I have not installed it on this new Window 7 Install here but the Adobe Flash Player is successfully installed.
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