Sometimes when you visit Web pages with Flash animation using either Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox, you might get the following message from Adobe Flash Player 9: "Where is the debugger or host application running?" The content of the page is not displayed because either the Adobe Flash Player 9 installed on your computer is corrupt or some if its components are absent. You can download the Flash Player 9 Active X Control Debugger for either browser that will fix this problem.
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Go to the Adobe Flash Player Support Center Web page (see link under Resources) and scroll down to the "Flash Player 9" section. Click "Download the Windows Flash Player 9 ActiveX Control Content Debugger (for IE) (EXE, 1.56 MB)" (if you use Internet Explorer) or "Download the Windows Flash Player 9 Plugin Content Debugger (for Netscape-compatible browsers) (EXE, 1.53 MB)" (if you use Mozilla Firefox) under "Windows."
Click "Save" in the confirmation pop-up, select the location on your hard drive where you want to save the file and click "Save."
Double-click the saved file to execute it and follow the step-by-step instructions of the installation wizard to install Flash Player 9 ActiveX Control Content Debugger.
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