How-To Download and Install the Adobe Flash Player on Firefox 3.6+

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Firefox 3.6 Adobe Flash Player Install

The Flash Player from Adobe is most popular multimedia web browser plug-in on the Internet. Without it you cannot view content on popular sites like YouTube and Facebook. Even this site requires that you have

the Adobe Flash Player installed to view all of its content. Two good things about the Adobe Flash Player is that it is free and it works on all the popular web browsers and major operating systems like Windows, Mac OS and Linux. Installing the Adobe Flash Player on Firefox only takes a few minutes and is painless, unless something goes wrong, lol. If something goes wrong I detail what the cause can be and how to troubleshoot the problem. Note: The video tutorial below will actually work for Firefox 3.5 and above. The reason I named it Firefox 3.6 is because that is the version I used in the video tutorial.

In the following Adobe Flash Player install on Firefox 3.6+ video tutorial I will take you step-by-step and you will easily learn the following… 1. Where to find and download the Adobe Flash Player http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/ 2. How-To download and install Adobe Flash Player onto Firefox 3.6+ 3. How-To test if your Adobe Flash Player install is working properly 4. If your Adobe Flash Player install has failed or is not working properly there are 3 main culprits. Firewall, Anti-Virus and Pop-up Blockers. The most popular ones are listed and how-to work around them.

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So you explain how to install Flash in a Flash video that can't be seen by those of us who haven't got Flash installed. So to see your explanation of how to install Flash we first need to go elsewhere to find out how to install Flash so that we can come back here to watch the Flash video that will tell us how to do something that we already did. Nice...

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Hello,

Thank you for your concern. You brought up an excellent point.

On the majority of the video tutorials posted on this site is an image/link below each video. The images look like the ones below.

What you will download is the exact video tutorial you would see on YouTube. The Windows video you download will play on any Windows XP, Vista or 7 computer. It will also play on any Zune or video compatible MP3 player made within the past 4 years.

The Mac/podcast version will play on any Mac that has OS X 10.0 and above. It will also play on any iPod Touch or any iPhone 3G, 3GS and 4G.

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I see what you mean . It doesnt work for me at all I try to install it but it does not let me because i do not have adobe flash player 3.6 installed and also wont let me instal adobe flash play 3.6 So I would like to see the video but it wont let me. Does Anybody have the same problem as me ? my laptop is acer Its supposed to be a good laptop but it doesnt seem like it to me.

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On the majority of the video tutorials posted on this site is an image/link below each video. The images look like the ones below.

What you will download is the exact video tutorial you would see on YouTube. The Windows video you download will play on any Windows XP, Vista or 7 computer. It will also play on any Zune or video compatible MP3 player made within the past 4 years.

The Mac/podcast version will play on any Mac that has OS X 10.0 and above. It will also play on any iPod Touch or any iPhone 3G, 3GS and 4G.

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Hi, I'm having trouble with my Flash Player 10 on Firefox. I can't view all the content on some websites such as Facebook and it said I needed to upgrade to Flash Player 10. Flash Player 10 was successfully installed as I went through your steps to test it, but I'm still having the same trouble on Facebook etc. I decided to uninstall Flash Player and try reinstalling it from the Adobe website but after I click on "Agree & Install", the next page does not have the yellow bar at the top of the browser with the "Allow" button as shown in your video?? Therefore I have no option to download or install it again. Can you help me, thanks

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Hello, I have had the exact problem at home and work computers. I have figured out a way to solve it. I just wrote an article telling you how to solve this problem.

http://www.cleartechinfo.com/forum/internet-websites/%27adobe-flash-play...

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i don't know whats the problem. when i want to see the video or want to play a game on facebook on mozilla firefox the website opens abobe flash player when i click on agree and install now downloading starts and finishes also but the icon doesn't come and when i try to see the video or something else it says to install adobe flash player. in this case what to do?

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Hello,

I have had this problem on my home computers and people also get the same problem at my job. It is so frustrating I almost wanted to break my computer when I first used to get it, lol. Luckily I figured out a way to solve the problem. I wrote an article below that will tell you what to do to fix it...

http://bit.ly/Flash-Fix-FF

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