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You're several versions behind with your QB Pro, and also several versions behind with the Flash Player you're trying to install.
If you're reinstalling because you upgraded your operating system version, this is likely the root cause. QB 2005 is not compatible with Windows 7; neither is Flash 7.
While you may be able to install the program using XP Mode, that isn't the most reliable way of running it. I recommend avoiding uninstalling the .net framework files and "back versioning" as a way of getting around it, because it is likely to cause problems with other functions.
You may be best off to upgrade your Quickbooks version.
2005 was not designed to work on Vista. Vista was barely even on the drawing boards in 2005 ( and the 2005 version was programmed in 2003/2004). The file structures for XP and Vista are very different and 2005 is not compatable.