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Hi
I develop an application that need flash player.
 
when we run setup in computer flash10d.ocx register by regsrv32.
 
but i have one problem if new version of flash player was installed to computer
prevent registering flash10d.ocx and my application was not run.
 
can you suggest me a method that help me register regsrv32 when new
version of flash player installed i can register my old one
or
help me to change my registry for solving my problem ?
Posted 18-Apr-11 20:47pm
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Solution 1

You cannot register your old version of flash if there is already a new version installed.
 
The only thing you can do is update your Flash code to work on the newer versions.
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Solution 2

Download the flash remover tool[^] to uninstall the 10.x version and then install the old one using the typical installer.
 
This should work for you.
 
I don't know if your problem is that:
 
A) Your app is not suitable/compatible for the newest flash version.
B) You have a problem in the last flash installation.
 
If your problem is the A option then my soltution will help, but of course this sounds as you will have problems sooner or later and then I'd go for the Dave Kreskoviak proposal.
 
If your problem is the B option... then trust me as I've been there, I hope you'll be lucky as it is a really PITA to remove a bad flash installation and getting it to work again.
 
Good luck.
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