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    Browsers on OS X 10.3 not recognizing the installed Flash Player

    Everytime when I watch a video on internet, I get a message that you need to install flash player to watch this video, but the Flash Player is already installed on machine long back. I also installed and update for flash player and tried again, still the same message appears.

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    abhijeet2015 Array
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    Re: Browsers on OS X 10.3 not recognizing the installed Flash Player

    Hi...................,

    Steps to be done ---------->
    * You need to go to the browser settings.
    * Now go to its extension point.
    * Now add the flash player from here.
    * If need re download the flash player from browser only.
    * Install the new one and delete the earlier one.

    Suggestions --------->
    * Update to the latest software in device is highly needed.
    * You need fast net connection for this update.
    * Do not download any software from any unsafe site.
    * Make sure that device is free from virus status.
    * Have the antivirus in device and update the virus definitions.
    * Also see that RAM in device is up to maximum limit.
    * You can visit the service center and can upgrade the RAM.
    * Maintain space in the device memory every time.
    * Use memory cleaner app to clean the memory of the device.
    * Never download any application from non market.
    * This is because it bring the risk of the virus and damage the software.
    * Also have the backup of the important files.


    Thanks

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    saicharan Array
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    Re: Browsers on OS X 10.3 not recognizing the installed Flash Player

    Hello friend,


    I have the solution for your problem just do as i say...............................

    1.This can be the problem of the version of the Flash Player.

    2.It may be not compatible with your browser.

    3.So you try to uninstall it and then download the latest version and then install it.

    4.If still you have the problem then it is the problem of the browser.

    5.So try to Reset All Settings in it if still have the problem then you update it also.

    All the best..........................

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    abhinandan Array
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    Re: Browsers on OS X 10.3 not recognizing the installed Flash Player

    Hello*******
    Dear person*******
    ++++++++++++Try these steps for this issue++++++++

    ********now connect your device with internet and check connection is proper and work well.

    ********Make your internet connection as fast as possible.

    ********Now check your installed flash player.

    ********Sometimes due flash player corruptness this kind of problem occurred.

    ********Uninstall the flash player.

    ********And Download flash player and install that into your mac system.

    ********This time you will get proper response.

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    Mac Array
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    Re: Browsers on OS X 10.3 not recognizing the installed Flash Player


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    Troubleshoot:-

    1. You need to disabled any virus protection app.

    2. Check it is working or not.

    3. Install the latest version of flash player and also browser so that both
    are compatible to each other.

    4. Try to reinstall the flash player.


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