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Running Flash content in IE5.5 SP2 and Windows 2000 Professional SP4

Posted on 2004-08-02
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Hi,

I am running Windows 2000 SP4 on my PC with P3 1.13 GHz processor.
I have IE 5.5 browser installed.
Whenever I install the flash player plugin 7 (activX control) for IE and try to open any website having Flash content, my computer gets hanged.
Can anyone please help me in resolving the problem?

Thanks
Ketan
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by:MartijnMoree
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Install IE 6 sp1. IE 5.5 is getting old now...
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BigC666 earned 500 total points
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yes martijn has it right, many problems with 5.5
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by:ketu1122
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Guys....plz suggest a feasible solution. I want to use IE 5.5 only for some other reason...
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