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Old 06-13-2007, 04:58 PM   #1
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Google Maps' Street View fails to work on IE 7 on my Windows Vista computer. When I attempt to use Street View, it says that I need "Version 9 or higher" of Adobe Flash Player. I click the link to install it and it installs successfully. It even says "installed successfully". However, when I restart the browser and attempt to use Google Maps' Street View it says that I need "Version 9 or higher" of Adobe Flash Player. What is going on?

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It's possible that you haven't properly uninstalled your previous versions. You can check your version here. If you are still having problems try uninstalling Flash Player using this program then reinstall using this program. Let us know if this works. If it doesn't we'll have to consider something else.

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Thank you! It works fine now. I went to a Google Maps help forum and I noticed that someone else had the exact same problem that I did. I guess it's some sort of bug or something, but it has been fixed now. Thanks again.
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Thanks for letting us know. I'll mark the thread "resolved" but if you get any further problems feel free to post back.
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After following the procedure for uninstalling and reinstalling adobe flash player 10.1 - Google Earth maps street view is still asking for AFP (latest) to be installed. Running IE8 - when checking "add on's" in Add on Manager, Flash Player is not shown although Aobe link player is.

Not sure if it should be mind you. I am working on a new computer after a crash - previous installation of google earth worked perfectly.

Any sugesstions for resolving this problem would be much appreciated
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Hi bunts and welcome to TSF.
Threads are user-specific, not topic specific, so would you please start a new thread?

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