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Abode Flash Player - Problem Installing New Version


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Somersett

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Operating system is Windows Vista Home Premium with Service Pack Two installed and fully patched.

I uninstalled Adobe Flash Player 10.3.181.36, which had been working fine, earlier today and re-booted the computer. I then attempted to download and install Adobe Flash Player 10.3.183.5. On receipt of the message ' Do You Want To Run or Save "install_flashplayer10ax.gtbd_aih_exe" from aihdownload.adobe.com ' I selected 'run' but nothing happened. When I tried again, I received the message ' UI_FlashPlayerInstaller - only a single instance of this can run.'

I have since used the Adobe Flash Player Uninstaller and tried again several times ( with and without my Anti Virus Programme disabled ) to no avail.

Any ideas as to what the problem might be?

Edited by Somersett, 10 August 2011 - 08:38 AM.

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Problem resolved. Please close.
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Congratulations for resolving your issue. :)
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How do you resolve this problem? I've been at it for like 2 days now and it just keeps coming up with that message. I just want the plug in so I can use you tube. Help please!! I've uninstalled and restarted my comp but still nothing!
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In my case, I followed advice given in the Adobe Flash Player Forum and downloaded the installer from Adobe ( fpdownload.macromedia.com ) to my desktop and ran it from there. I believe this is the link I followed ( http://forums.adobe.com/thread/889580 )
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