Cannot Delete Flash10b .ocx
Enter this filepath into killbox. Facebook Google+ Twitter YouTube Subscribe to TechSpot RSS Get our weekly newsletter Search TechSpot Trending Hardware The Web Culture Mobile Gaming Apple Microsoft Google Reviews Graphics Laptops Smartphones CPUs Storage Cases The file is called flash.ocx if you are using Flash Player version 6 or later. Aug 17, 2006 #8 howard_hopkinso TS Rookie Posts: 24,177 +19 Check this out HERE.
Tried removing the read-only attribute from the files (not that that matters on WinXP, but just a try), turns out it wouldn't let me change the permissions! wpodszus Removing Flash10b.ocx 20th Oct, 2010 19:00 Ranking: 0 Posts: 7 User Since: 18th Oct, 2010 System Score: 100% Location: US I recently became aware of Secunia, and have found it Loading... Still can't delete the damn files :-S Thursday, June 04, 2009 7:22 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi, I've got the same problem, running XP.
But... Try this: REMOVING STUBBORN FILES (INCLUDING ACTIVEX) ******************************************* This tool has only be tested using the XP OS but known to work with Vista 32 Bit.It does not work with Windows Obviously, I am not going to line Microsoft's pockets again for something that should just be working in the first place, so I reinstalled windows every 30 days for 1 year. Interestingly, Unlocker indicated that there were NO files locked by Flash10b.ocx, but did allow me to delete the file.
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- Also be aware that removing a file in this manner can make programs 'unhappy' (fixed with a reboot), but nothing should be using 10b.ocx as you have 10k.ocx installed.
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- then flash9.ocx come up and close my game up need help Aug 27, 2006 #20 sunnyyen TS Rookie platemoon said: The real problem here is that you need to delete
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More discussions in Using Flash Player All CommunitiesFlash PlayerUsing Flash Player 9 Replies Latest reply on Jan 1, 2014 7:09 AM by Worthless support flash10c.ocx deletion Maresian Jan 19, 2010 8:45 Get ready to smack yourself in the forehead like I did... I continue to be grateful for your assistance, and any further suggestions that you may have. and THEN delete them.
I'm about to try uninstalling flash from the system drive, in case that aligns the planets properly. Once you've located the file, use regsvr32 to unregister the ActiveX control. Uploaded on Jul 26, 2009Ever come accross the popup ERROR MESSAGE that says: **Could not find the file "flash.ocx"** ?note: this usually happens if you're installing a screen saverWell here is http://superuser.com/questions/314980/cannot-delete-flash9-ocx Aug 19, 2006 #13 howard_hopkinso TS Rookie Posts: 24,177 +19 Hey that`s great news.
Regards Howard Aug 17, 2006 #9 jcroot TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 56 Hey, thanks for your help. comprises a user's account settings, you can be sure it's open and "in use" as long as you are logged in. I'm able to rename it, oddly enough. For example, to remove Flash9b.ocx, go to Start, Run and type regsvr32 "C:\Windows\SYSTEM32\Macromed\Flash\Flash9b.ocx" /u.
Regards Howard Aug 17, 2006 #5 jcroot TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 56 It didn't work... I ended up completely xxxxxx up my boot files and had to do a system recovery back to the Initial State (which thankfully wasn't that long ago). any folder... To be clear, the drive is currently plugged in externally.
Aug 23, 2006 #18 platemoon TS Rookie Problem Fixed!!! Here's what happened: I installed a new WinXP system on drive E: when I couldn't get in the one on drive C: after a virus scan (some infected system files deleted). Australia 7. I already installed the Windows Install Clean Up and I download the unistall.exe from adobe but like I said before I don't know what to do...
any other idea? Seems like my situation is much more nasty than the one mentioned here. Outside of your DOS world, your header file is meaningless. You should see the following message.
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Regards Howard :wave: :wave: Aug 17, 2006 #2 jcroot TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 56 Ok thanks for you answer...
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Apply changes, THEN you can easily delete the file. Note that I do have the most recent version of Flash installed, and have the file Flash10k.ocx. I thought I'd save some time by just wiping the unneeded system folders, instead of backing up, formatting, and restoring. No wonder Adobe doesn't offer email support, with all their problems email support would probably crash their serviers!
Originally Posted by Salem You mean it's included as a crutch to help ancient programmers limp along without them having to relearn too much. Hard to find an easier fix than that. Sign in 20 Loading... Legend Correct Answers - 10 points © 2016 Adobe Systems Incorporated.
Once your system has rebooted, hopfully the folder should have been deleted. Now that the system on drive E: in no longer needed, I just deleted all the directories generated while installing the system, such as Windows, Program Files, Documents and Settings and Hello you wise geeks out there, Those of you who are impatient but would still like to read my extended story, please enjoy and giggle; those of you who are just I'd format at this point, but it's my white whale, and I have to know if Adobe has inserted some nasty little registry hack - or whatever it is - making
Sign in to report inappropriate content. Regards Howard Aug 19, 2006 #14 jcroot TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 56 Yep! Now delete the flash9.ocx.txt. Texas 5.
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