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adobe flash player 9 was previously installed with elevated permissions. in order to upgrade to the latest version, please log on with administrative permissions and try again

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I have administrator priveleges on my machine but I keep getting this error.

How can I fix it?
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I would uninstall flash player and then install the new version.
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