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  1. Hello all, CCCleaner has had problems in the past with Macromedia Flash and it may now have a problem again with Adobe Flash Player 9 as well. However, this is just a warning at this time and if you can get to this site you are probably OK: http://www.broadcom.com (failing indication is that browser just sits there and says 'done' The other suspect programs are: Shockware Ver 10 Yahoo Security Suite Trying to isolate this problem, I hve done a System Restore 5 times today and have narrowed the problem down to one of those 3 programs; however, I am done the "testing and breaking"; therefore, I will not reinstall any and hope I don't have to do a system restore in the near future. The CCCleaner folks may want to do some aggressive and proactive testing on this issue because I am more than capable of resolving most problems; however, this one turned out to be my downfall with the only alternative being a system restore. God luck, pent7301
  2. Hi all, The Preliminaries: Operating System is Windows XP Home Edition SP2. The Problem: Ran v1.28.277 with CCCleaner optioned to clean all Applications. Noticed it found a Macromedia Flash 8 key to delete and clicked OK. Later went to a website that told me I needed to install Macromedia Flash to view the site. Went to the Macromedia download site and reinstalled it (online); verified OK by Macromedia. Went back to the original website (that told me I didn't have it) and they told me the same thing again. Tested other Flash sites with same results. The Solution: Completely removed Macromedia Flash 8 via the add/remove programs and did a full reinstall at Macromedia website. pent7301
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