Problems with IE9 and Adobe Flash Player

I am using Windows 7, 64 bit. I have upgraded to IE9 from IE8.  I now can not watch any video, getting the message that need to get current Flash Player.  I have downloaded Adobe FP 10.2.152.32 and it is recognized by the computer in the Manage Add-Ons in tools in IE9.  I have uninstalled/reinstalled IE9, similarly Uninstalled/reinstalled Adobe FP, followed all of the instructions in kb2.adobe.com/cps/191....19166, still get the same message.  I have checked for missing/corrupted Windows Resource Protection files, none found.  I have used 32 bit IE9.  Also installed/unstalled Adobe Square FP for 64 bit Windows 7, but get same message.  Any ideas/suggestions?
 

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Last updated May 16, 2018 Views 3,111 Applies to:

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Try the following (assuming you have Adobe Flash Player installed):

 

·         - Restart your computer

·         - Open Internet Options (located in the Control Panel)

·         - Click on the Advanced tab

·         - Click on the Reset button, place a check next to Delete Personal Settings and then click Reset.

·         - Launch IE9 and visit YouTube and the video should now play

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