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#1 killerBob

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Posted 22 March 2007 - 10:32 PM

Hi there, I am trying to access a certain web-site that includes a little shockwave demo of the example for the documentation on the web-page, sort of like an instruction book with illustrations, though in this case the illustration is a shockwave demo. Now the most important part of what I want from this web-site is the documentation, and I do not care if the shockwave demo does not work. However, I am continuosly getting an error stating that I do not have the latest shockwave plug-in because the web-site is continuously detecting that the installation of the plug-in was not installed properly. I am assuming this is because I am logged on without administrator rights. So, since I do not care if the shockwave demo does not work and because I am logged on without administrator rights, is there any way I could stop this error from continuing to pop-up? I hope anyone can understands my question, since this on going pop-up error causes my computer to become unstable after the 50th error pop-up window pops-up. If there is any confusion to my question, please do not hesitate to ask me to clarify any of your misunderstandings. My specs are as Follows: Windows XP Home Edition I use Mozilla Firefox 1.04

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