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Offline Eddy

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Re: How to disable Avast for 1 hour or less
« Reply #15 on: August 07, 2014, 09:15:33 PM »
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but video is too dark  but ok on some sites.
That looks more like a problem with the sites or your video drivers than a problem with flash.

Was Windows 7 always on that laptop?
If so was it ever reinstalled (one way or another)?
Is fully up-to-date with all Windows and driver updates?
Do you only have the flash plug-in installed or the Flash Player as well?

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Re: How to disable Avast for 1 hour or less
« Reply #16 on: August 08, 2014, 10:39:27 PM »
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but video is too dark  but ok on some sites.
That looks more like a problem with the sites or your video drivers than a problem with flash.

Was Windows 7 always on that laptop?
If so was it ever reinstalled (one way or another)?
Is fully up-to-date with all Windows and driver updates?
Do you only have the flash plug-in installed or the Flash Player as well?

Hi Eddy, I got videos ok today, but flash player has not worked every day for the past 2 or 3 weeks.I made changes to flash player yesterday,maybe I clicked on the right places. I'll soon find out. I also thought about a video drivers problem and looking into it. Windows 7 was always on the laptop -never re-installed.It's 2 years old. Most times I use a desktop with win xp which I know much better, but it was broken (fixed now). So had to get to know more about win 7. I updated it.I installed flash player and and plug-in and uninstalled from Adobe about 30 times. Frustrating.