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My computer has stopped playing videos, telling me I either have turned off Java Script or that I need to download Adobe Flash Player 9.0. Although I believe I have successfullyt downloaded it, my videos still won't play. I have worked on this for a week without success. I need some help here!
Submitted: 9 years ago.
Category: Computer
Expert:  Hirash Riyal replied 9 years ago.
Hi Welcome To JustAnswer,

Some times Automatic Installation Of Flash Player Fails

Install Flash Player Manuually (You must be computer admin)
  • Download and unzip

Save this installer to your desktop, close out all applications, and run the installer. This may help if you are having trouble with the ActiveX installation from To confirm that Flash Player has installed successfully, please visit:


Go To the Site Where You Want to see videos

Customer: replied 9 years ago.

Thank you for your help. I tried this, but it did not work. It still says I need to download Adobe Flash Player.


I fear I have a virus that is interfering with my video playing. When I went to the site, it said that the Adobe Flash Player was installed, but it said the version was "9,0, 124, 0"


What is up with the commas between the numbers?

Expert:  Hirash Riyal replied 9 years ago.
"9,0, 124, 0" text Shows Version Number Of Flash Player

Major Version is 9
Minor Version 0,124,0

I think Your Browser's JavaScript Might Be Turned Off
We have To Turn It On
On AOL EXPLORER Do Following Steps

1 Click "Tools Then "Settings"
Now "Settings" Window will Appear

2 On general tab click "Internet Options"

" Internet Properties " Window Will appear
3 Go to Security Tab, Click Custom level.

4 From New Window Enable All Scripting Settings
5 Click Ok
I have Uploded A VIDEO FOR YOU that shows How to Do Above Steps ,
Download It And Open Using Windows Media Player

Now Check Playing Videos On Web.