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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Gem7 again, I just posted my last comment about 15 minutes ago but thought I should say I also just tried to install the 7.0.9 version as recommended on the Adobe website because of the security problem facing the old version I have (7.0.8). It came up with a message saying "Error 1714. The older version of Adobe Reader 7.0.9 cannot be removed contact your technical support group." Same as what I said happened in my last post when I tried upgrading to the 8.1.2 version! The last time I used Adobe according to my control panel was in 15/5/2006, so almost 2 years ago now since I've had this problem so I can't restore my system to an earlier date because I haven't saved any system restore points prior to this date. I don't know what else to try, can anyone please help? Thanks Gem.
Ans: Click Start go to control Panel Click addorremove Option next you see more softwares list chek adobe acrobat reader then click remove then your UnInstall y or no geting this messege click yes click next remove copleted
Successfully next Restart computer you install new version okkkk
Posted on Mar 13, 2008
Download the Flash Player installer from:
If it doesn't work, download the Microsoft Cleanup Utility from:
Install it, and run it from Start >> All Programs. Then select the Flash Player from the list and remove it. After the removal, try reinstalling Flash Player using the 1st link again.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
I would refer you to tech support at Adobe.com for this. They may have a solution for you right away, since it is a free download.
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
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Depending on the web browser being used there should be an option on where to store downloads within the browsers settings. If the site keeps telling you to install try restarting the computer, usually just restarting the web browser is enough but Im sure you've probably already done that. If a restart doesn't help then directly download flashplayer from adobe.com..sometimes a site will say you need a flashplayer and sneek in spyware, etc when you go to install said flashplayer. If you go to adobe.com you can at least know your getting the correct up-to-date version of flashplayer. If that still doesn't do the trick try playing a video on youtube. If it works on youtube but not the original site you were trying then theres something up with the site. If youtube doesn't work as well try a different web browser and if it still isn't working uninstall any flashplayer within windows and reinstall via adobe.com ...hope this helps, good luck
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