IE 11--Flash Player won't work

I have just installed Internet explorer 11, and my flash player won't work.  I have uninstalled and re-installed it,  and unchecked Active-X, and enabled shockwave.   Any suggestions please?????

I could not get this problem solved.  Uninstalled IE 11, and reinstalled IE9, and things are working fine.

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