8032 Views 7 Replies Latest reply: Aug 26, 2008 8:16 PM by Mulder
That may not be your issue of course, but worth checking it out.
What do you see if you try to view this apple movie ?
Ok, I have been having the same problem all weekend. Adobe flash was working Sat morning. Tried to sign on for my fantasy football draft and had to update Flash. I guess since I did not delete previous versions of Flash, I messed something up. I followed advise on this forum and deleted all my flash files. Then I uninstalled Flash. It did nothing since there was no flash to uninstall. Since then trying to install flash has been unsuccessful. It is saying that I "do not have access privilages for the install" and that "1008:5. -5000 Access Denied Error.
I had no problem viewing the Mac movie above.
I know there has to be a toggle switch that needs to be turned on, but I can not find it.
Fact is that it is getting worse. Flash does not work in either Firefox or Safari.
any help would be appreciated.
If I go to "HD/Library/Internet Plug-Ins" I see several plugins listed
Are you using the Admin account as your account, or did you create a separate user account for you when you first setup the Mac? If the former, that's a bad idea, since it will make it difficult to diagnose and solve problems later, as everything would be suspect. You need to create your own account just for what you do, give it Admin privileges, and install all applications there, unless they specifically install themselves in the Admin account.
Do you have a Home/Library/Internet Plug-Ins folder, and if so, what plug-ins are in there?
it shows no plugins and is looking in file:///Applications/Safari.app/Contents/Resources/English.lproj/Plug-ins.html
No, it's not. That's the html file that generates that page; there are no plug-ins there.
If you're running 10.5.2, you should update to 10.5.4, as it will address various bugs and security vulnerabilities. It will also update Safari to 3.1.2.