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A quick note, then a better answer
Quick note, I just deleted a reply post that was spamming web sites and had nothing to do with your problem
It is quite likely that IE9's better security has kicked in, or that the Flash Plugin on your IE is not working. Can I assume you have recently upgraded from IE8 to IE9? And if so, if you uninstall IE9 to revert back to IE8, everything works OK?
If yes to all those then the problem may be in IE9's newer security. Try these steps;
In IE9, goto Tools, (the gear icon), > Internet Options, then the Security tab.
Ensure the green internet globe is highlighted. Turn off "Enable Protected Mode, (requires restarting IE9)". Then click the Custom Level button.
In the new window scroll down, way down, to find "Scripting", near the bottom, then "Active Scripting" and enable that. Click OK then Apply/OK. Restart the browser and test. If you get a bar across the bottom of the browser saying some content has been blocked, allow the content.
If the test fails perhaps your Flash plugin needs upating. Use IE9 to go to http://www.adobe.com/shockwave/welcome/ and test the Flash Plugin. If it fails the test, I would uninstall Flash from IE using Adobe's own uninstaller here; http://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/uninstall-flash-player-windows.html
Close down all browsers and run that, (it will uninstall Flash for all browsers).
When done, return to Adobe at http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/ to install Flash Player again. BEWARE! That web page offers an "optional extra". Read it carefully otherwise you may get something you don't want. If you don't want it, remove the tick in that page before downloading.
This should download and install the latest version of Flash for all browsers.
I hope that helps.
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