flash player not working

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by theholefiller, Sep 28, 2007.

  1. OK Sues,

    Disregard my last reply then regarding using the manual installer and
    uninstaller files then.

    Glad you were able to resolve this issue:eek:)

    Good luck,

    Donald Anadell
     
    Donald Anadell, Oct 11, 2007
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    susieq Guest

    Thanks Donald for all your help.....

     
    susieq, Oct 11, 2007
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    The Demon Guest

    When I try to install the subinacl.msi file windows doesn't recognize it and
    won't install it..... Any ideas?? So far your posts seem to be the best
    answers to this problem.... hope you can help!!

    Mark
     
    The Demon, Oct 13, 2007
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    susieq Guest

    Hi Mark,
    Download the SubInACL.msi file to your desktop.
    Doubleclick it to install, it should install to the Temp folder under
    windows. Once it is there, just drag it across to your desktop next to the
    Rest file you've also downloaded (and unzipped).
    See if that works, if not try downloading it again from Microsoft, and do
    the whole procedure again.
    Before you run the Reset file, Do a System Restore point.

    Sues
     
    susieq, Oct 13, 2007
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  5. Can you be a bit more specific about what you mean when you say, "Windows
    doesn't recognize it"?

    The subinacl.msi file that you download from Microsoft is a Setup Program
    for SubInAcL.exe, the Utility must first be installed before the Utility can
    be used in conjunction with the "reset_minimal.cmd" file that is downloaded
    from Adobe.

    1.Download "subinacl.msi" to your Desktop
    2.Double Click on the .msi file |or| Right click on .msi file and choose
    "Install" from the context menu
    3.The Windows Resource Kit Tools Setup Wizard should appear
    4. The Default Installation folder that the Wizard what's to install
    Subinacl.exe to is:
    C:\Program Files\Windows Resource Kit\Tools\
    Note: Adobe suggests that for ease of use with their "reset_minimal.cmd"
    file that you change the Install folder to the Desktop by using the Browse
    Button in the Setup Wizard and selecting your Desktop as the default install
    folder.

    5. Download "reset.zip" from Adobe:
    http://kb.adobe.com/selfservice/viewContent.do?externalId=fb1634cb&sliceId=2

    Then unzip it's content("reset_minimal.cmd") to the same folder in which you
    installed Subinacl.exe.

    If you installed Subinacl.exe to your Desktop(as suggested by Adobe), unzip
    the contents of "reset.zip" to your Desktop and execute that file
    "reset_minimal.cmd" from your Desktop.

    If you installed Subinacl.exe to the Default location of "C:\Program
    Files\Windows Resource Kit\Tools\", then extract the contents of "reset.zip"
    to that folder and execute it from there.

    Regardless of where you install Subinacl.exe to, "reset_minimal.cmd" must be
    run from the same folder that Subinacl.exe is installed to.

    Good luck,

    Donald Anadell
     
    Donald Anadell, Oct 14, 2007
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    DANS Guest

    I HAVE GOT THE SAME PROBLEM

    And I have tried all that has been said here nothing working for me.

    I have no other choice but to download and install Firefox and now, the
    flash player 9 working perfectly with Firefox.

    Long time i wqas a faithful IE fan. Now I have no choice but to forget about
    it. Unless Microsoft fix there own problem.
     
    DANS, Nov 16, 2007
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    Saad Khalis Guest

    I had the same problem. I tried solutions here and elswhere but nothing happened.

    Suddenly, and after being desparate and srtaed using Fire Fox, I found an object in the IE add-ons called virtual netwrk class (virtualnetwork.dll). It looked strange and out of place. I disabled it.
    Immediatly, everything worked fine.

    We think that our computers are well protected. They're not. Please look again in your add-ons lists. The thing (or any other malware) might be there.
     
    Saad Khalis, Apr 28, 2008
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  8. theholefiller

    Saad Khalis Guest

    I had the same for over a week.

    Finally I found a starnge object in IE7 add-ons called virtual network class (virtualnetwork.dll).

    I disabled it.. everything worked fine.

    Hope this helps.
     
    Saad Khalis, Apr 28, 2008
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