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Anonymous
October 23, 2004 4:56:09 PM

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Hi All

When surfing the net an error message appears and the page I am viewing
closes down. After I send the report to Microsoft, I click on more
information and the following message appears

Error caused by Macromedia, Inc.: No specific solution found

Problem Description:

An unknown error occurred in the Flash Player created by Macromedia, Inc..
This application/driver is loaded during start-up and may cause problems
even if you are not currently using Flash Player.

Problem Resolution:

Microsoft is currently not aware of a specific solution for the problem that
you reported. Below are a list of recommendations to take which may help
prevent the problem from reoccurring.

a.. Contact Macromedia, Inc. for support or product updates.
b.. Remove the faulting application or driver. Click here for
instructions.
If this problem continues to occur with the latest product updates for Flash
Player we highly recommend you obtain assistance and troubleshooting
information directly from Macromedia, In



Any help please

Thank you

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Anonymous
October 23, 2004 4:56:10 PM

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"TMG" <tmg@nowhere.com>
wrote in news:4179c84b$0$29780$afc38c87@news.optusnet.com.au:
> Hi All
>
> When surfing the net an error message appears and the page I am
> viewing closes down. After I send the report to Microsoft, I click on
> more information and the following message appears
>
> Error caused by Macromedia, Inc.: No specific solution found
>
> Problem Description:
>
> An unknown error occurred in the Flash Player created by Macromedia,
> Inc.. This application/driver is loaded during start-up and may cause
> problems even if you are not currently using Flash Player.
>
> Problem Resolution:
>
> Microsoft is currently not aware of a specific solution for the
> problem that you reported. Below are a list of recommendations to
> take which may help prevent the problem from reoccurring.
>
> a.. Contact Macromedia, Inc. for support or product updates.
> b.. Remove the faulting application or driver. Click here for
> instructions.
> If this problem continues to occur with the latest product updates
> for Flash Player we highly recommend you obtain assistance and
> troubleshooting information directly from Macromedia, In
>
>
>
> Any help please
>
> Thank you

So, did you do as suggested and actually go to the Macromedia web site
to perform an install of Flash to ensure that you have the latest
version?

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Anonymous
October 24, 2004 9:20:33 AM

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Yes I did
Cheers
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Anonymous
October 24, 2004 9:20:34 AM

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Yes you did what?
Cheers.
Anonymous
October 24, 2004 9:20:34 AM

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"TMG" <tmg@nowhere.com>
wrote in news:417aaf05$0$20128$afc38c87@news.optusnet.com.au:
> Yes I did
> Cheers

When the Flash install completed, did the demo Flash content play okay?
If so, it sounds like whatever site you are having problems with Flash
is a problem with THAT site. What happens if you navigate to
http://www.comcast.net (they use Flash on their home page)? Do you get
the Flash version of Comcast's home page? Do you get an error over
there?

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Anonymous
October 24, 2004 1:27:24 PM

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I was asked the following question from Vangaurdx


So, did you do as suggested and actually go to the Macromedia web site
to perform an install of Flash to ensure that you have the latest
version?

And I replied yes I did
Thank you
Anonymous
October 24, 2004 6:08:07 PM

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Thanks Vangaurdx
I checked http://www.comcast.net and it worked fine
Thank you
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> "TMG" <tmg@nowhere.com>
> wrote in news:417aaf05$0$20128$afc38c87@news.optusnet.com.au:
> > Yes I did
> > Cheers
>
> When the Flash install completed, did the demo Flash content play okay?
> If so, it sounds like whatever site you are having problems with Flash
> is a problem with THAT site. What happens if you navigate to
> http://www.comcast.net (they use Flash on their home page)? Do you get
> the Flash version of Comcast's home page? Do you get an error over
> there?
>
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