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cant find flash cant play dvd on media

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Jul 29, 2018 Jul 29, 2018

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am using flash plyr but cant find it in progerams etc to check an issue .. how do i find its command. and menu structure .. all i can find is uninstall option in win program list..  it doesnt appear in browse\ run either..

2. i need as per t support to unklick hardware acceleration in menu to get to see a dvd , all i get now is flashing colours and sound... ts says its conflict of vid card (?) with flash settings , altho i am using win media player and dell media to play the video...  i dont get this , why is flash somehow connected to playing a dvd ?

3.  using win 10 and most rectnt flash version.

any answers pls ?

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Jul 29, 2018 Jul 29, 2018

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Flash Player is not a command and it is not in Program Files. It's a helper for playing stuff in web browsers. It has nothing at all to do with playing DVDs. You need a DVD Player app.

What makes you say that Flash is somehow connected to playing a DVD?

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Jul 29, 2018 Jul 29, 2018

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I think Adobe should srtongly think about to create its own OS, called Flash

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Jul 30, 2018 Jul 30, 2018

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It would probably be more productive if you took a step back to before you started looking for the Flash Player files and explained what you were trying to do in the first place, and what happened.

Here's a good guide on how to get a useful answer:

https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1195540

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