Embed Flash SWF into ASPX page

Hi Experts, this question has been asked a lot of times but I've looked at all the solutions and they seem not to work for my issue. I have attached a zip file with the swf, it works fine in html but when I put it in ASPX the file does not load. Please try it on your PC with an ASPX file and see if you can get it to load. Any ideas?
David CIT Projects ManagerAsked:
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It seems to work just fine for me.

What code are you using to load in into ASPX? The ZIP only included the HTML file.

Do you have a "live" version on your site that contains the ASPX code that we can test on?

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David CIT Projects ManagerAuthor Commented:
No, when I try and embedd that swf called gallery.swf into an aspx page e.g. Default.aspx it does not work, if you have a working aspx file please attach it here so I can test it on my side. Thanks
I can help you as well if you can create a test page that we can see online...  It probably is the path issue rather than the HTML issue...

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David CIT Projects ManagerAuthor Commented:
Ok I have uploaded it to i.e. and this is wierd but both are now showing an error
David CIT Projects ManagerAuthor Commented:
Hi guys, something was wrong with the SWF itself, it was looking for a query string so as soon as I took that out, it now works fine.
David CIT Projects ManagerAuthor Commented:
User Error!
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