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Who Wants to be a Millionaire

Posted on 2000-04-02
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I am unable to play the online game Who Wants To Be A Millionaire.  I am using AOL as my ISP.  When I attempt to play the game I get a message saying that the new version of Flash 4 needs to be loaded.  After this happens (loads) the same message about flash 4 appears and the loading process keeps repeating, but the game never appears.  I have talked to AOL with no help.
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by:Coldfires
ID: 2680136
My first advise to you is to see if you can update your flash program like the game said.  Flash is a very unique programing on the internet that you need software downloaded to run.  When they update this you will need to.  I would go check out the flash page and see if that can help.  You can do that at www.flash.com

Coldfires
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by:gpiper
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I have tried to update Flash at their web site and the same situation that I described occurs.
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by:red117
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try to uninstall and reinstall your browser and install again and reinstall the plugin.
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by:GP1628
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AOLs browser doesnt accept upgrades that way. Go to Netscape or Microsoft and download a browser. After connecting to AOL, minimize it then click on the browser you got. It should work that way.
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by:red117
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go download the new netscape 6.0 and try that.  seems to be running fine for me.
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by:jonnyblow
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where is the WHO WANTS TO BE A MILIONARE game
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by:gpiper
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The game is at ABC.com.
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alliedstiletto earned 100 total points
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Download Macromedia Flash at:
http://www.macromedia.com/shockwave/download/?P1_Prod_Version=ShockwaveFlash

If it fails to work after following the instructions on that screen, go to:
http://download.cnet.com/downloads/0,10152,0-10058-110-906260,00.html?gid=29842&tag=st.dl.10058-100-906260-906260.bn.10058-110-906260

Its internet explorer - works best with the Monopoly Microsoft Corp. Windows .... so use it - it usually works.  It'll take a while (17 megs) so sit back and chat in AOL for awhile =)  good luck!  if you have any questions, email me at mattmccoy0@hotmail.com

Matt

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