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Flash player does not work on Vista Home Premium

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I recently purchased computer with Vista Home Premium. Flash player was working ok initially in IE7.
Now it does not work any more. I went through knowledge base and tried to follow some of the suggestion in the forum by right clicking on flashutil.exe and selecting run as administrator etc.
Still I am not able have the problem fixed. I tried downloading Firefox. Still the same issues.
My flash player version is 9.
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Question by:altairPC
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by:LeeTutor
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"version is 9."  Could you be a bit more specific?  (Provide the point subversion numbers.)  I found this:

http://aralbalkan.com/858
On Vista? You must use the latest Flash Player (9,0,28 or higher)
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YGregersen earned 200 total points
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Did you go out to adobe and download and reinstall flash? That is what I would try first.
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by:altairPC
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My connection to adobe has been unsuccessful on  my VISTA. I am still trying.
My flash player is 9.0.47.0
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by:altairPC
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Uninstalling and Installing flash player worked finally. But for some odd reason my connection to www.adobe.com takes quite a long time on my vista browsers. This does not happend to any other web sites.
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by:YGregersen
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If your original questions has been answered, please dole out points accordingly, thanks,

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Adobe's website has flash stuff all over it. I wonder if that may have slowed it down. Is it slow now that you have reinstalled it?
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