Question about Adobe Flash® CS3 Professional Full Version for PC (38039481)
If you are talking about Adobe Flash® CS3 Professional, then Adobe would have available any of the last patches for this. Since the software they are now running is over CS6 now, your CS3 version is old. Check here for latest patch for the CS3: http://www.adobe.com/downloads/updates/
If you are are talking about Adobe Flash for IE or Firefox or Chrome, I would recommend you uninstall Adobe Flash using Adobe's special uninstaller located here: http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/141/tn_14157.html only after you use the "normal" uninstall process. (below)
Process to uninstall Adobe Flash for Browsers:
1: Using Start : Control Panel : Programs or Add/Remove programs : Programs and Features : Select Adobe Flash Player XX ActiveX and Uninstall it. (Right-click on this or select menu Uninstall)
2: Under Programs and Features still, select Adobe Flash XX NPAPI and Uninstall it (Right-click on this or select menu Uninstall)
3: Verify you do not see any more Adobe Flash Player listed. If so, remove those as well.
XX = Version number of Adobe Flash currently Installed. In my case, it is showing 19.
4: Close out of Programs and Features
5: Run the Adobe Flash special Uninstaller from the link provided above. This program will help remove any "left-over" files from Adobe Flash Player.
6: Reboot your system
7: If you have the CCleaner program, I would run that before step 8. If you do not have the free CCleaner program, you can skip this step
8: Try to download Adobe Flash Player again for your browsers. Even though you may not use IE, make sure you install that version first before your browser of choice. For me, I reinstall IE Adobe Flash Player, then I install Adobe Flash Player for Firefox.
Adobe Flash Player offline installer Website: https://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer/distribution3.html
If you try this process your Adobe Flash Player should work again.
After you reinstall your Adobe Flash Player, test the install by going to this website with the browser of your choice: http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/155/tn_15507.html
Posted on Oct 30, 2015
Click on "start" then click on "control panel". Find and right click on "programs and features" and open. In the list you should see "Adobe Flash Player" with a number after it. If the munber is not 10 (Adobe Flash Player 10 Active X), then yiu need to unistall that and, dowmload and install it from here;
Make sure you restart after uninstall and again after install. If you want the Google toolbar, click on the box, I unclicked it incase you didn't want it.
Posted on Apr 06, 2011
I've had the same problem recently. The only fix I could find for it was uninstalling and reinstalling my browser. If you still use Internet Explorer I would suggest switching to Firefox or Chrome.
Posted on Apr 06, 2011
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