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It takes just 2 minutes to sign up (and it's free!). No, create an account now. The second problem that is being discussed here are Flash Player crashes. I >> > was >> > able to delete many parts of the folder but am left with a System32 >> > folder. >> > When I try to delete it,

Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 2. Re: Can't delete Flash9.ocx bio2935c Sep 8, 2006 1:39 AM (in response to Paul_Betlem_-_Macr) Okay Paul, you want a URL? Right click on one of the files thats giving the access denied (in my case it was both Flash9f.ocx and FlashUtil9f). I believe many (if not all) issues as reported here have been addressed.

Re: Can't delete Flash9.ocx Paul_Betlem_-_Macr Aug 29, 2006 10:07 AM (in response to delagare) Hi, There are 2 problems being discussed here. I miss my Crickler and i am so angry. I hope I can get some help here and I would like to help others too, since I'm a member of some forums. I'd forgotten that those override the "allow"s.

All Rights Reserved. share|improve this answer answered Nov 24 '14 at 2:30 Rivet 1 I highly doubt this is a permissions issue. –bwDraco Nov 24 '14 at 3:14 add a comment| Your How should I format only C drive? after posting the above message, i went to the URL.

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We have some engineers from the Flash Player team investigating these issues that you all have reported here. run uninstlfl.exe twice using the following switches: uninstfl.exe -q -u flash9.ocx uninstfl.exe -q flash9.ocx 4. On reviewing the information, I originally sent I did not give the whole of the error message. If you do, you have a good install. 4.

Enjoy! This will allow you to confirm that we've fixed the issues you're seeing. You may wish to contact their programmers and see what (if anything) they changed in their game format. steen said, on 20 April 2013 at 5:54 pm Awesome!!!!

It sucks that Adobe is providing it since it really sucks. I hope it works for you! Run disk cleanup and Defrag in safe mode, then run this command: sfc /scannow click [OK] HTH. I am using Windows XP and MS Internet Explorer 6.0. SJesMe Guest Reply With Quote August 19th,07:39 AM #8 Re: Can't delete Flash9.ocx No i'm afraid that doesn't work for me SJesMe.

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  • I am using Windows XP and MS Internet Explorer 6.0.
  • Don't click on the "Deny" Checkbox, but "REMOVE" the special permissions that deny access.
  • In otherwords, I take no responsibility should anything go wrong.
  • The problem is an easy one to fix after I got some light in my head from MICROME!!!
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  • I would appreciate assistance with this please. > > > -- > > > Michael Q > > > > How to take ownership of a file or folder in Windows
  • 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.
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Read lots of forums, tried several "fixes", kept having problem. The flash.ocx files (v are in both folder locations (Windows\ServicePackFiles\i386 and Windows\System32\Macromed\Flash). Loading... HTH -pk > > "nass" wrote: > >> >> >> "Michael Q" wrote: >> >> > Recently I performed a fresh install of XP Home because of corruptions >> > and

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Re: Can't delete Flash9.ocx gidgeedad Sep 8, 2006 2:45 PM (in response to Paul_Betlem_-_Macr) This flash9.ocx crash happens all the time playing Yahoo Chess.

Once again, thanks for your time and consideration to our problem. I will boot from BartPE, go to the drive that is usually E: but is now D: and use the Attribute command to change the attribute from read only to write, 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 Caution: This fix has worked for me on a WinXP Pro and WinXP Home O/S, running IE6.

I have Windows XP Prof, Flash Player 8 and Internet Explorer Version 6.0.2900.2180.xpsp.060210-1526. I was able to delete many parts of the folder but am left with a System32 folder. Download Flash8.ocx from [url][/url] (I suppose that file is buried somewhere on Adobe, but I couldn't find it; nonetheless, this link is a safe one) 5. I admit the instructions do seem a little vague.

The goal is to determine if we already have fixes for them. You can kill it by rebooting, logging in to another administrator account, and deleting it without logging in to that account.