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    Hello again, its been a while!
    I have recently inherited an old but unused Dell inspiron 1525. It is running Vista 32.
    I have been updated and downloading for a day or two and I am still unable to download Adobe Flash.
    It initialises and sends it to my downloads, but when I try to open it to complete the process, it will not allow me.
    I have run out of ideas now as to how to do this. Any help would be much appreciated. I am using Firefox.
    Thanks.

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    Hi,

    Take a look here - it may help - click here

    but when I try to open it to complete the process, it will not allow me.
    Can you right click on the download and select "Run as Administrator" ?
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    Hi Ken, tried run as administrator; still nothing.
    Tried the link you gave me, nothing.
    It just doesnt want to load.
    Have now tried on Chrome as well as Firefox, still nothing.

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    take a look here - click here

    In particular 1, 3 and 8

    You could also try the link at the bottom that allows you to download it direct from F-Fox
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    Thanks Ken, I had looked at 1, 3 and 8 but I hadn't noticed the link at the bottom; that seems to have worked.
    Although Twitter videos still says "media can not be played", videos are working elsewhere and I'm not that bothered about Twitter!

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    I will chalk this one up as a success [ at least mostly successful ]

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