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I have downloaded CCleaner and used it but without success as > well. > I do not know how to go about the autoruns suggestion and therefore not > tried > You can obtain msizap.exe from Microsoft, and Uninstfl.exe from Adobe, sorry not to specify their download locations, but if you search the site you should be able to find the pertinent Here is what I don't understand, please see the bold text: First reboot the machine and make sure there are no Flash applications active. regedit doesn't permit changing permissions if this is the issue on the key.Using "reg delete "HKLM......." /v does delete it but it reappears immediately Edited March 18, 2009 by mikesw 0 have a peek here

that should do it #2 Allanv, Sep 3, 2007 (You must log in or sign up to post here.) Show Ignored Content Loading... Are you signed on as Admin when you use CCleaner? I would appreciate assistance with this please. > > -- > > Michael Q > > How to take ownership of a file or folder in Windows XP > http://support.microsoft.com/kb/308421 > If the folder is outside the default scope of the Recovery Console, you can extend its scope: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/307654 http://www.kellys-korner-xp.com/win_xp_rec.htm Also, these may help: http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/webfor...d=44&catid=184&threadid=1288716&enterthread=y http://kb.adobe.com/selfservice/viewContent.do?externalId=tn_14157&sliceId=2 "How to uninstall the Adobe Flash http://www.pcreview.co.uk/threads/cannot-delete-flash9d-ocx-in-system32.3231164/

Regards Howard Aug 19, 2006 #14 jcroot TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 56 Yep! I was > able to delete many parts of the folder but am left with a System32 folder. > When I try to delete it, I get the message "cannot delete I can do it, like I can move it to C:\ or My Documents, and the ones in the new locations can be deleted, but the one E:\flash\flash9.ocx still exits. I was > > able to delete many parts of the folder but am left with a System32 folder. > > When I try to delete it, I get the message

I was able to delete many parts of the folder but am left with a System32 folder. All Activity Home Microsoft Software Products Older Windows NT-Family OSes Windows 2000/2003/NT4 can't delete HKLM reference to FLASH9d.ocx Privacy Policy Contact Us © 2001 - 2016 MSFN Community Software by Invision Error when deleting temp files: Cannot delete file: cannot read from the source 9. Creating an existing OCX within an OCX-project ...

Taking ownership is meaningless if the file is in use. Useful Searches Recent Posts Menu Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Menu Log in Sign up AnandTech Forums: Technology, Hardware, Software, and Deals Forums > Hardware and Technology > Sign Up Now! If you cut & paste, same thing happens, E:\flash\flash9.ocx just doesn't disappear.

Run the killbox.exe file. Main Sections Technology News Reviews Features Product Finder Downloads Drivers Community TechSpot Forums Today's Posts Ask a Question News & Comments Useful Resources Best of the Best Must Reads Trending Now I was > > > able to delete many parts of the folder but am left with a System32 folder. > > > When I try to delete it, I get I have been able to rename the two folders those files are distributed amongst, but I can't do anything to the actual files taking up the space. #1 neothe0ne, Sep

  1. Be sure to remove all groups that have privileges to the file except Everyone if it doesn't have it add it. :bounce:Click to expand...
  2. Extract it to wherever you want.
  3. I do have the latest Adobe Flash Player installed .
  4. Seems like my situation is much more nasty than the one mentioned here.
  5. So I mannually deleted all the other files and directories, and moved the subdirectory flash to E:\ Having found that I could move it, I tried to move it to other
  6. Jul 28, 2005 Cannot Delete File!
  7. Re: Cannot delete Flash9d.ocx MichaelQC Jun 8, 2008 4:56 PM (in response to MichaelQC) Since posting this message just over twelve months ago I have received no replies or assistance.

Unzip the active x file into your Windows\System32\Macromed\Flash folder 6. click for more info Well when I tried to delete the file using TuneUp it deleted all files exept flash9.ocx and I guess the tuneup renamed the folder to zzzzzz The path before was: C:\My Exit from the recovery console and restart normally. (note that if you didn't get an XP CD you can use *any* bootable XP CD to get to the recovery console, so Everything is fine except Flash9.ocx in windows\system32\macromed\flash\ directory.

Social Sharing Find TechSpot on... It reads as follows:- > "Error Deleting File or Folder, > Cannot delete Flash9d.ocx: Access is denied. > Make sure the disk is not full or write-protected and that the file Exit from the recovery console and restart normally. (note that if you didn't get an XP CD you can use *any* bootable XP CD to get to the recovery console, so About Us PC Review is a computing review website with helpful tech support forums staffed by PC experts.

After a few weeks, I decided to delete winold as my system is running perfectly. Aug 23, 2006 #18 platemoon TS Rookie Problem Fixed!!! Download the latest FlashPlayer version 9 from Adobe's web site here: http://www.adobe.com/shockwave/downl...ShockwaveFlash At this point check and be sure that you have a file named "Flash.ocx" in both your Windows\ServicePackFiles\i386 and If you're having a computer problem, ask on our forum for advice.

Privacy Policy Ad Choice Terms of Use Mobile User Agreement cnet Reviews All Reviews Audio Cameras Laptops Phones Roadshow Smart Home Tablets TVs News All News Apple Crave Internet Microsoft Mobile Every time I try to delete it manually I see this error message: Cannot delete: Flash9.ocx Access denied Please make sure the disk is not full or write protected and that I cannot vouch for any others.

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Apr 4, 2009 #24 hellokitty[hk] Hello, nice to meet you! Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. No, create an account now. press the Delete File button (looks like a red circle with a white X).

Taking ownership is meaningless if the file is in use. An easy way to do this is to boot from your XP CD to the Recovery Console. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? All Rights Reserved - PrivacyPolicy Connect with us facebook twitter CNET Reviews Top Categories CNET 100 Appliances Audio Cameras Cars Desktops Drones Headphones Laptops Networking Phones Printers Smart Home Software Tablets