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5638 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: Oct 19, 2007 12:48 AM by liam2906
I dragged it in the Internet Plug-ins folder and then restarted.
I don't recall having to drag anything manually to install Flash. Doesn't the Flash Installer do it? What was it that you dragged?
What's the browser? If you use another browser, does the sound work?Various including Power Mac G5, Pismo w/G4, CRT iMac (tray), Power Mac 8100 w/G3, Mac OS X (10.4.10), also Mac OS X 10.3.9 and Mac OS 9.x
The plug-ins go into your browser(s) Plug-In folder.
You should have gotten a prompt asking which browser you wanted the plug-ins to go.
The following should be inside the browser(s) Plug In folder:
*Shockwave flash NP-PPC*G5 20' iMac w/iSight/Remote, 2.5GB RAM, 250GB HD, Mac OS X (10.4.10), The G5 iMac brought sexy back! "I'M A FLIRT"
Currently Being ModeratedAug 29, 2007 7:47 AM (in response to Kenichi Watanabe)The YouTube website gave me a link to the Adobe Website to download Shockwave Flash -PPC is was in a .sit file and there was just a plug-in.
I dragged it in the Internet plug-ins folder in the System Folder and restarted.
I think I used iCab to download it.
But YouTube doesn't work in IE or iCab.PowerMac G4 450Mhz 128mb RAM 20GB Hard Drive, Mac OS 9.2.x, Windows XP 1GB RAM 80GB Hard Drive
Had the same problem. My sound was fine until it suddenly went stumm from one day to the next. This fixed it in 3 seconds:
1. open /Applications/Utilities/Audio MIDI Setup
2. check the properties for Built In Output.
3. It might be set to 96Hz. Change it to 44.1KHz
No idea what caused it to be set to 96HZ though.MacMini, Mac OS X (10.4.10)
I've looked for that in the Utilities folder it wasn't there and I searched for it in Sherlock 2.PowerMac G4 450Mhz 128mb RAM 20GB Hard Drive, Mac OS 9.2.x, Windows XP 1GB RAM 80GB Hard Drive