Adobe Flash Player ActionScript error

One of our WinPro7 machines keeps giving this error:

ArgumentError: Error #1063: Argument count mismatch on com.integralads.solution::Detector4IE/initStage(). Expected 0, got 1.

What should I look at? It seems to have started after an Adobe update a couple of weeks ago.
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What are you doing when you get this message>
Any more info in Event Viewer?

I may have more comment when you respond to those questions.

For now this seems to involve Adobe Flash Player, but may also involve people who write their own code.  That code may conflict with Flash.
If you write code you may be able to understand this reference.

And this reference has many ideas but does not seem to reach any one solution.
wfcrrAuthor Commented:
It pops up when we go to a Marriott website, typically, but only on this one machine.  Doesn't seem to do it with other sites.
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wfcrrAuthor Commented:
Not sure what to look for in Event Viewer. I found some errors, but no idea if those relate to the problem with Adobe Flash. Not sure where to look for errors for that, in Event Viewer?

I visited the link above, but that seemed to be talking about Outlook. This problem occurs when in IE11 we go to a Marriott website.
"Not sure what to look for in Event Viewer"
Look for errors timestamped at the exact time you have the popup.

Try the solution offered here.

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wfcrrAuthor Commented:
So far I am not able to find an error in Event Viewer that matches up to those times when a pop up occurs.  Is there a specific place to look in Event Viewer for an Adobe Flash Error.  I have looked in every log I can find and don't see an Adobe error in any of the log files

When I visited the possible solution in the link, the settings he recommended are the way it is set now.  His other recommendation about blocking a site is not feasible, as we need to go to  Also, today made it pop up the error and we need to be able to go to Google.

Any other suggestions?
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