Sorry Farmville I have no advice. Adobe Flash Player > Yes.
When upgrading to a newer version of Adobe Reader Flash Player, the old version does not automatically get deleted. You have to manually delete it yourself. (Not that hard. Read on)
If the old version isn't deleted, the new version will not install.
To delete the old version us the Adobe Flash Player Uninstaller, from Adobe.com1) http://www.adobe.com/support/flashplayer/downloads.html
Scroll all the way down to the bottom of the page.
Where it states the heading > Adobe Flash Player Uninstaller, go below, and click on the blue >
This is where it takes you. I just wanted you to see the main Adobe Flash Player Support page,
and know this is the genuine thing,2) http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/141/tn_14157.html
On this page go to number 1. in the list, and click on the blue > uninstall_flash_player.exe
After you click on the file name a small window will come up.
Click on Save File.
In the next small window that comes up on the left, quickly observe the heading.
This tells you where the file will go.
The file may go to your desktop screen. Minimize all windows, and look at your desktop.
If not the file may go to your My Documents folder. (WinXP)
Click on Start > My Documents, and see if it's there. (uninstall_flash_player.exe)
It may be within a sub-folder of My Documents called Downloads.
Click on Start > Double-click on My Documents > Double-click on Downloads.
When you see the file name Double-click on it.
Follow the simple instructions.
If you are asked, restart your computer. If you are not asked restart anyway.
After Windows has fully loaded again, go back to the first Adobe Flash Player link, and download the newest version of Adobe Flash Player.
(Click on the white f in the red box to the left of > Get the latest version)
After downloading, and installing the latest version of Adobe Flash Player, be sure to restart your computer again.