6 Replies Latest reply: Aug 15, 2006 7:03 PM by Tallan
DigitalMacMan Level 1 (0 points)
I had the latest flash player when i got the MBP. it was working perfectly till yesterday... now its not woring at all. Flash webites will ask a "?" inthe middle of a Quicktime icon.
Tried uninstalling the flashplayer using the uninstaller available in Adobe site. and re installed the Beta 9.
But No chance.
Anyway to solve the problem?

Thanks for All help

MacBook Pro 15.4" 2.0 GHZ, Mac OS X (10.4.7), 2 GB Memory, 120 GB HDD, ATI Radeon 128MB Graphics Card
  • solefald Level 1 (110 points)
    Please reinstall with latest version 9.0.20
    It came out today
  • DigitalMacMan Level 1 (0 points)
    Not Working.... still showing the Quicktime logo with a ? mark.

    tried uninstll.. reinstall ,trashing safari preferences,everything...

    3-4 days before i installed Flock browser... is it cuz of that?

    i took out that also... is there any hidden file to be removed?
  • Tallan Level 4 (3,095 points)
    Appzapper is a terrific aid to removing all those bits & pieces...

    Also try Repair Permissions in Disk Utility. If still no joy run Onyx's Automation suite with ALL caches marked for removal and check box for re-linking files & apps. It's probably a cache issue and this should fix it.
  • DigitalMacMan Level 1 (0 points)
    Not working at all..

    Any other suggessions?
  • iVmichael Level 6 (13,725 points)
    I had a similar thing and did what you did to same nil-effect. Then I checked out if the uninstaller was doing its job and it was leaving a file or two ... make sure all traces of the previous Flash install is gone, then run the newest installer.
  • Tallan Level 4 (3,095 points)
    Sometimes if you didn't use an uninstaller the first time around it pays to re-install the offending app and then uninstall with Appzapper.

    If that doesn't work set up a second "test" account on your Mac and try installing the new app there; if it still doesn't work chances are good something else is at fault, like a problem with Safari itself.