I'm running Vista Home Premium, 32-bit, and IE8. I "installed" Flash 10 Active X add-on, but it does not run. Pages with known Flash are displayed blank where the ActiveX content is supposed to be. I have XP machines running IE8 and the Flash 10 player, and the content works properly. I think the problem is in Vista, since the XP machines work right. The Flash Player says the installation is complete, and there is a file listed in the Programs & Features section of the Control Panel. I can Uninstall, reboot, then Install, and the entry will drop and come back, but the add-on does not run. Of course, since it's a free player, Adobe does not provide support that is worth a damn, even when the troubleshooting guide takes you to a phone number that makes no mention of the support that isn't available -- an hour on hold, twice, before they told me they don't have phone support. There IS an entry in the Programs and Features section, but there is no entry in START>ALL PROGRAMS to fire off the Flash Player by itself then seek out Flash content with File>Open. Is there an issue with the Flash Player and IE8 running under Vista? I can't find a setting that has disabled Flash from playing, but that doesn't mean there isn't one.