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Justin
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      02-04-2009
http://www.velocityreviews.com/forums/(E-Mail Removed) wrote on [Tue, 03 Feb 2009 20:08:23 -0600]:
> I just went to Adobe.com and downloaded the uninstaller for Flash
> Player. I ran it, and it said flash was removed. I rebooted, and
> I opened youtube with Firefox 2.0.0.17 and saw a flash video playing.
> ***WTF***.
>
> As a test, I loaded youtube with IE. This confirmed that Flash was
> gone, when I clicked on a video it told me I needed to get Flash
> Player.
>
> I do have the addon Flashblock 1.5.7.1 installed, but I disabled it
> before I ran the flash remover, and shut down FF.
>
> Does FF contain it's own built in Flash player, or what??????
>
> Just to be sure that Flash was removed, I ran the uninstaller a second
> time, it showed that Flash was gone because it did not do anything
> (shown in a little click on text file).
>
> This makes no sense at all to me......
>
> My main reason for removing Flash is because it's not working
> correctly on certain sites, using FF.


There are two versions of Flash. You need to get rid of the FF one and
reinstall it.
 
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      02-04-2009
On Wed, 4 Feb 2009 02:49:22 +0000 (UTC), Justin <(E-Mail Removed)>
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>(E-Mail Removed) wrote on [Tue, 03 Feb 2009 20:08:23 -0600]:
>> I just went to Adobe.com and downloaded the uninstaller for Flash
>> Player. I ran it, and it said flash was removed. I rebooted, and
>> I opened youtube with Firefox 2.0.0.17 and saw a flash video playing.
>> ***WTF***.
>>
>> As a test, I loaded youtube with IE. This confirmed that Flash was
>> gone, when I clicked on a video it told me I needed to get Flash
>> Player.
>>
>> I do have the addon Flashblock 1.5.7.1 installed, but I disabled it
>> before I ran the flash remover, and shut down FF.
>>
>> Does FF contain it's own built in Flash player, or what??????
>>
>> Just to be sure that Flash was removed, I ran the uninstaller a second
>> time, it showed that Flash was gone because it did not do anything
>> (shown in a little click on text file).
>>
>> This makes no sense at all to me......
>>
>> My main reason for removing Flash is because it's not working
>> correctly on certain sites, using FF.

>
>There are two versions of Flash. You need to get rid of the FF one and
>reinstall it.


Can you please tell me how.....
Where is it located? How do I remove it, etc,,,,

Thanks

LM
 
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