ProblemsRBad

Flash won't load on going problem

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Post #: 1   Posted

from here

 

I now have Win 10, this Flash issue has returned. I tried reinstalling flash, still same. :/

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Post #: 2   Posted (edited)

Problem is back not with Flash or Java now its SilverLight. I don't know what to do. I did try uninstall reinstall SilverLight, in IE SilverLight seem to have keep on getting corrupt when I download it. So I had to use FireFox to download. It seems I am a victim if some kind of new cleaver script hacking. Now I have uMatrix installed across all browsers but I think it's to late the damage has already been done. How do I fix this without having to reinstall/ repair Windows every time?

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Post #: 3   Posted

What does exactly happen?

 

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Post #: 4   Posted (edited)

When I try to play poker at clubwpt or other games at any other flash script site, with all browsers (IE, Opera, Chrome, FireFox), the browsers at first time worked but the second time failed and never worked again. This happens now with both Adobe and Silverlight. Also sometimes with Java too. It seems the only way to fix it is to reinstall Windows and install script blocking software first thing?

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Post #: 5   Posted

Download Windows Repair (All in One) from this site

Install the program then run it.

NOTE 1. In Windows Vista, 7, 8 and 10 right click on the program, click "Run As Administrator".
NOTE 2. Disable your antivirus program before running Windows Repair.

Go to Step 3 and click on Check button next to 1. See If Check Disk Is Needed.
If the tool that the Check Disk is needed click on Do It button next to 2. Check Disk.
In that case make sure you restart computer.

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Once the above is done go to Step 4 and allow it to run System File Check by clicking on Do It button:

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Go to Step 5 and under "System Restore" click on Create button:

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Go to Repairs tab and click Open Repairs button.

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In next window....
Leave all checkmarks as they're.
Click on Start Repairs button.

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Post Windows Repair log which is located in the following folder:
64-bit systems - C:\Program Files (x86)\Tweaking.com\Windows Repair (All in One)\Logs
32-bit systems - C:\Program Files\Tweaking.com\Windows Repair (All in One)\Logs

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Post #: 6   Posted

Ok, I'll try that after the weekend thanks.

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