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Macromedia Projector

by mparegian / February 23, 2005 3:22 PM PST

There are several games that I used to be able to play and now when I try to play them I get the error "Macromedia Projector has encountered a problem and needs to close.
We are sorry for the inconvenience." I am running Windows XP Home Edition on a fairly new emachine. Everything else works perfectly - why do I keep getting this error???

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by AInTeL / February 26, 2005 7:03 AM PST
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Dear mparegian,

I think there is a problem with your flash player. A flash projector file is an exported file from Macromedia Flash.

Try (re)downloading flash player from www.macromedia.com (it's completely free).

-AInTeL

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by rosey3223 / April 29, 2005 10:06 AM PDT
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i am having the same friggin problem! i downloaded 2 games from gamehouse and neither one will work saying the same message about how the projector encountered an error and needs to close. i have redownloaded, and redownloaded not only the games, but the player, just to make sure everything was working fine! i also went through my program combatibility wizard to try to reconfigure everything, and nothing seems to be working! i have been at this for about a week now, and am about to pull out my hair! please help!

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