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Adobe Flash Will Not Play

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We have a computer with XP Pro and IE 8.  Sites with Adobe flash will not load.  We have de-installed using the Adobe de-install tool.  We have lowered security settings and have even tried disabling AV program.  Every site with flash we go to says "you do not have flash installed".  Even the Adobe test site does not show flash.

Also not an option to go to an alternative browser.

Any suggestions?

Thanks..
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dgofman earned 500 total points
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Can you check if Adbe Flash Player Add-on is enabled.
Is this not work you can reset to Default settings under Internet Options->Advanced tab and restrat your browser
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Dang - that was easy, once we knew what to look for!!!
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