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Flash Doesn't Like my Computer

At last, the new version of Flash was mine...or so I thought.

Download went fine. Unzipped like a dream. But then, I tried to install, and a pesky warning message ruined my day with the words "Macromedia Flash MX 2004 is not supported on this operating system..."

So I looked up the system requirements on Macromedia's website, and my operating system was supposed to be supported. What was going on?

I reviewed the system requirements more carefully, and noticed that a Pentium3 is required. It wasn't my operating system, it was my processor that Macromedia didn't like.

Now what? Well, I can install on my laptop, but that will be a big hassle. I could get a new desktop, but I don't have the funds for it right now and I like my good old machine. I guess I'll have to go with the laptop :(

Comments

For what it's worth, I'm in the same boat... my two office machines are too old. I can run MX04 on my own machine at home, but now I can bug people here for something newer than this Pentium2 I'm typing on..... ;-)

Me Too,
I have NT4 at work, which is not supported anymore... bummer!

Same problem, please help!!!