I am working on Tor browser(Firefox) to peek a video that's been block out.
Tor seems to have embedded proxy to hide my identity.
Unfortunately Tor cannot play youtube flash video, keep asking for adobe flash player installed.
I have google chrome which play youtube video fine, yet Tor refuse it.
Also test this on IE fine.
adobe flash deinstall - http://kb.adobe.com/go/tn_14157
adobe flash install - http://www.adobe.com/go/getflashplayer
1. Download flash uninstaller from here:
2. Close all browsers and applications that may use Flash Player.
3. Run the uninstaller.
4. Use "Complete Standalone Installer"
Try this link:
In the "Macintosh HD/Library/Receipts/" folder I deleted the FlashPlayer.pkg and restarted my browser.
uninstalling an old Adobe AIR install (and a shockwave player install
at the same time). After a restart, I was finally able to successfully
install the flash player, and have it actually be detected and work at
at flash web page.
The solution I've managed to find for me was in the "(not signed)" ActiveX controls.
Namely the "My Points" toolbar. As soon as I disabled that everything ran smoothly.
Disable your fire wall first.
go to Tools on Firefox
click Add Ons
disable Real Player Browser Record Plugin
conflict with the newest version of Google Page Speed extension
install ADOBE READER!!!
Turn off the USER ACCESS CONTROL and follow this link! ur problem will be solve! gud luck
Solution that worked for me:
- Downloaded the following files: NPSWF32.dll and flashplayer.xpt
- Extracted them
- Copy them on Opera installation dir ... \program\plugins\
- restart opera
- Problem solved
I did all the install/uninstall Flash 10 stuff to no avail. Then I
decided to start playing around with the Settings Manager (which is
stored on Adobe's website).
In the "Global Storage Settings panel" I put a check in the box that
says "allow 3rd party flash content to store data on your computer".
The other box was already checked so I didn't touch it. I closed my
browser, opened it again then went to a web site that I was previously
UNABLE to view video's and voila, now I could see them again!
After extensive surfing on lots of forums I found this thread here on Adobe Forum http://forums.adobe.com/message/3045554#3045554
and I remembered that I edited recently HOSTS file that can be found in
C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\etc . I edited it coz I did not wanted to
see advertisement banners in Winamp application. Among other sites there
was also a line: 127.0.0.1 ad.doubleclick.net which was the reason why
IMDB trailers did not start so I removed this line from HOSTS file and
left other intact and now everything is OK. Trailers are working
perfectly again with the Adobe Flash Player in all browsers as before
Go to a site called softwarepatch and download
Flash Player 10.1.82.76 (Complete Standalone Installer)
I tried to post the link but the spam filter triggered and didn't let me post it.