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    Problem!

    I have had several problems with Ubuntu, and only 1 I have fixed.
    The other problem on the other side is that there is absolutely no way to install Adobe Flash Player, everytime I find a solution, something has to block it.

    Next, is that Ubuntu just shuts down automatically without any warning.


    NOTE: I am using Windows 7 to talk to you.

    I am already thinking about installing Linux Mint.
    I have had less problems with Linux Mint than in Ubuntu.

    My Ubuntu version is 11.10.

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    Re: Problem!

    BUMP

    Please do not ignore me, I need immediate help.
    I'm also thinking you're ignoring me because you have no solutions.

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    Re: Problem!

    More info is needed if anyone is to help.
    Is this a clean install, upgrade, Wubi?
    As for your flash problem. Just install flashaid, its a firefox addon, that will install the right Flash for you.

    edit...
    You only posted 5 minutes ago, please don't bump for at least 24 hours.

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    Re: Problem!

    1. It's Wubi
    2. That's the problem, how on wiggling worms do I install flashaid?

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    Re: Problem!

    Open Firefox, Tools, Addons, & search for Flashaid & install it.

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    Re: Problem!

    Quote Originally Posted by Needicla View Post
    1. It's Wubi
    2. That's the problem, how on wiggling worms do I install flashaid?
    Here you go:
    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/fir...don/flash-aid/

    Quote Originally Posted by cottfcfan View Post
    Open Firefox, Tools, Addons, & search for Flashaid & install it.
    Or that. ^

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    Last edited by CharlesA; April 2nd, 2012 at 07:35 PM. Reason: ninja'd
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    Re: Problem!

    @cottccfan No results
    @CharlesA that worked, thanks.



    EDIT1: What do I do after installing Flash-Aid?
    EDIT2: Nevermind, I think installing Stable Flash will work, it's currently installing.
    EDIT3: Thanks alot, it worked!
    Last edited by Needicla; April 2nd, 2012 at 07:44 PM.

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    Re: Problem!

    The site says there is a wizard mode, which you should be able to launch.
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    Re: Problem!

    Quote Originally Posted by Needicla View Post
    I have had several problems with Ubuntu, and only 1 I have fixed.
    The other problem on the other side is that there is absolutely no way to install Adobe Flash Player, everytime I find a solution, something has to block it.

    Next, is that Ubuntu just shuts down automatically without any warning.


    NOTE: I am using Windows 7 to talk to you.

    I am already thinking about installing Linux Mint.
    I have had less problems with Linux Mint than in Ubuntu.

    My Ubuntu version is 11.10.

    For your problem with flash player you can install ubuntu restricted extra it install exclusive media formats and adobe flash player that is the only thing i can tell you to fix your problem with flash Because you didn`t give any information about it

    Next, is that Ubuntu just shuts down automatically without any warning. completely it`s wrong ubuntu dosn`t shutdown automatically it can be caused of some wrong

    11.10 is a good version of ubuntu
    please give more information about your problems and choose proper subject to get suit answer

    surely because of it that you didn`t give many answer yet is you subject

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    Re: Problem!

    Nevermind, I tried it with Quick Mode, it didn't work, trying with Wizard Mode now.
    I have another question...
    Why does it take an IT professional to install a program? :S.

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