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Flash player issues


You can download Flash Player from this WEB site.
http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/?no_ab=1

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Have a samsung n150 netbook everytime i download latest adobe 10 flash player it appears to be 100% successful however its not shown in All programs. However if i go into control panal, program, ...


Ok, here's what you need to do to try to fix this.
- make sure to remove/uninstall the adobe flash player 10 on your computer (remove it under the control panel.
- download and install adobe flash player 9 and install it. - once installed try to browse a video, if it works, adobe itself will just update to the latest version.

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Adobe pluggin crashes


Hi.

Adobe Flash player pluggin is crashing quite a lot recently. Adobe are aware of this and are working on the problem.

In the meantime you can update your pluggin to the latest one or downgrade to Adobe Flash 9.

Link for Adobe Flash 10 and earlier below >>>>>



http://www.adobe.com/support/flashplayer/downloads.html




Regards.

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I cant seem to download flash player the newest version. i have windows 7


I assume you mean that you cannot GET the Flash Player 9 to download at all. Adobe is having problems with Flash player 9 right now. They may have made Flash Player 9 unavailable temporarily. Use the ADOBE.com site for your new version. You can UNINSTALL your old version with 'Add/Remove Programs' first. This can help.
If you have Flash player 7, Flash player 9 may not install. Please see this page for more info:

http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/000/4a8d52ae.html

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I run windows vista and have adobe reader 9. each time i try to update to adobe 9.3 it loads the download manager but then tells me that it is unable to install adobe reader 9.3. Why ?


It could be that you may of missed a step which when you are installing all programs except the install should be closed. Try that and you should be fine.

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Down loaded up grade for adobe reader stoped


Try to reboot to Windows Safe Mode (press F8 before Windows boots) and remove Adobe from Add-Remove Programs in the Control Panel and delete the file with virus.
Check your PC with online virus scanner (trend.com).
Download Adobe Reader from Adobe and reinstall.

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Adobe flash player


try to uninstall the adobe flash player installed on your computer and try to clean your computer using tuneup utilities or such. what you have to do is get rid of anything that is related to adobe on your system first. then restart your computer and later...re-install adobe flash player. this might be due to a malfunctioned program driver issue on your computer.

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Flash player


Open your Control Panel (from the Start menu), open Add or Remove Programs and look for the listing Adobe Flash Player.
If it isn't present, or is listing a player older than version 9, your download probably didn't install.

If it is listed, I would remove it form the list and repeat your download, preferably from Adobe's site to ensure you get the most recent version.

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