How to Remove Flash Player ActiveX Controls

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  1. My keyword search at google was “npswf32.dll” and on the first results pages was your link. I read the brief and it seemed to address my needs since installing a new version of Flash the days recently past disabled my ability to broadcast with software, my DJ ONLINE broadcasts.

    It keeps crashing every application that is video broadcast enabled including browsers and Adobe AIR apps.

    The link here and your great outline with the resources for scans is the most amazing online and free resource in my years on the internet for computer maintenance.


    Wesley M.
    San Francisco
    aka DJ Choppercat

  2. Zubair Alexander says:

    Hi DJ,

    I am glad you found my blog post useful. I have experienced all kinds of issues with older ActiveX controls so finally finding a way to get rid of them was very helpful to me.

  3. Jon C says:

    Did not work. Unregistering fails. There is no flash9b.ocx on my computer – there is a flash10b.ocx however. Cannot delete registry entries for flash9b.

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