I'm having troubles with some websites and adobe flash player after an update from windows 10.
I helper from microsoft looked at my problem and tried to solve it, but couldn't. She says the problem situates with adobe flash player and she advised me to contact adobe. I have the following problems:
When I click on that link, i get the message that flash player is integrated for internet explorer in windows ten and i do'nt have to install it. It tells me to check my setting options but everything is set rightly.
So i can not open the booklet in any way and i'm stuck.
Al these problems occur in any browser, internet explore, google chrome and mozzilla Firefox.
--> : Oke duidelijk, het probleem wat u heeft is ingewikkelder dan gedacht, ik raad u aan
voor dit probleem contact op te nemen met Adobe, zij kunnen u wellicht verder
helpen. Helaas kunnen we u niet meer terug zetten naar de vorige versie gezien
de return date voor 10 dagen was en dat is nu verstreken, U kunt adobe
contacteren en anders een schone installatie uitvoeren van uw computer (daarmee
raakt u alles wkijt en moet u dus een back up maken)
Hopefully you can help me?
I have a similar issue with the latest version of WIN 10 and Edge. Cannot ENABLE FLASH. I used the on line tool, went to advanced settings in EDGE and FLASH is turned on. The problem is FLASH is not ENABLED? I searched the web but could not find the solution.
Has to be simple, other may have the same issues with the latest WIN 10/Edge update a few weeks ago.
I found a solution to my issue. In EDGE look for the "puzzle piece" at the top, click on it and enable FLASH. I am running win10 version newest creators update, version 1703.
Yeah, the major browser vendors are beginning to make it more difficult to run Flash Player.
For other folks experiencing similar problems, we'll try to keep these documents current as the browsers continue to change:
still not working, my flash player is enabled in every browser, but i still get the same notification....
If you know that Flash Player is installed and working, but this problem persists on a specific site, there are a few possibilities:
3.) The message on the content provider's website is malicious, and attempts to trick you into downloading an installing malware.
There's little that you can do about this from your end, beyond letting the content provider know that their website isn't working, or simply finding that content elsewhere.