Fantastic...worked like a charm. I just wonder why I couldn't find this on
their site. I found a set of instructions regarding removing it but it was
via my control panel. Then, I found their zipped version and, as they
suggested, ran it but without any luck.
Anyway, thanks so much for the URL. As I said, it's now working like a
charm and my possible regrets over moving to Vista are somewhat lower. :-)
"Mike Hall - MVP" <mikehall@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> Use the utility on this web site to uninstall Flash player. Download and
> save it before running. Then install Flash player again..
> "TS Mathews" <NOSPAMtsmohio@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>> I've just installed Vista Home Premium--full version, clean install not
>> an upgrade--and something has come up which has me baffled. After
>> installing all my usual programs--Office 2007, Adobe Acrobat 8, Zinio
>> Reader, Repligo, Mobipocket and I've tried both AVG and Avast for anti
>> virus as I thought one of them might be the problem--but there seems to
>> be a problem with IE7...I go to a web site which requires flash and get
>> the prompt that I need to install flash player and I do. It shows that
>> it's installed when I check the control panel but when I re-open IE7 and
>> go to the site, I still get the prompt that I need to install flash
>> player. I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling with both of the
>> aforementioned AV programs, with them turned off, and have tried
>> downloading the flash player in zipped format and installing it with IE7
>> The bottom line is, I'm out of neophyte guesses as I think I've tried
>> every conceivable method to make it work. So, I'm posting here as there
>> doesn't seem to be an English IE7 specific group. I've listed all of my
>> installed programs just in case there's some sort of conflict with one of
>> them. I should mention all of these worked just fine with IE7 when I was
>> running XP.
>> Any thoughts, anyone?