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Uninstalled Flash player, can't install new one


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bettei

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Hello, I uninstalled my older version of Flash player with the proper uninstall link that Adobe provided. Then I proceeded to download the new install and it stalls in the installation process at 6%, and tells me it has lost the connection and is retrying.

I use Firefox, have Windows 7, and am trying to download and run the 11X33 update of Flash.

I have successfully done this updating many times, now I have no Flash player on this laptop and can't download one. Any suggestions I can try?

Thanks!
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Hi bettei,

Have you figured it out yet,

Maybe some help http://helpx.adobe.c...sh-player.html' class='bbc_url' title='External link' rel='nofollow external'>Here

Joe
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I guess it was the fault of the Adobe download site. It finally finished the install without getting the "lost connection" error. I have installed this before with no problem, so I was perplexed as to why it would not work this time.
Thanks for your reply.
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You're welcome :)

Glad you have it working.

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