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Hello,

I have this problem when installing Adobe Flash Player.
Downloading an installation file from Adobe site does not help (install_flashplayer10ax_gtbd_aih.exe). If i run it from C: drive i have the same error message.
The same situation is on several computers wher I tried to run it.

Any ideas?
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Question by:ranski
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viralypatel earned 250 total points
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It is listed in the Known issues on the adobe site: [LINK]

Workaround:
Download the player directly from the link
http://fpdownload.adobe.com/get/flashplayer/current/install_flash_player_ax.exe

Given as
Flash Player for ActiveX (Internet Explorer)
OR
Flash Player Plug-in (All other Windows browsers)

on the same page.
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by:ranski
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Thanks, it helped!
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by:tmartin40
ID: 36536903
I had the same problem some time ago.  I downloaded the player from Adobe's ftp site and was able to successfully install from that download.  See the comment above for the ftp link.
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