I have here a serious problem under 64bit Win7.
More and more frequently a popup appears prompting me (or even start download without prompt!!)if a new flash player should be installed.
When I proceed it shows the progress bar and downloads the package and installation started until the "done" button is shown.
Then I re-open Internet Explorer 9 again and re-vist the last webpage and ....the download starts again.
This is really annoying.
How do I really, really stop forever update prompts for flash player plugins for Firefox and Internet Explorer?
What is your installed Flash Player version? See http://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/find-version-flash-player.html# main_Find_the_Flash_Player_version_installed_on_your_machine
Are you sure the pop-ups are from Flash Player? There are many reports recently about fake update prompts for Adobe products. Can you post a screenshot of such a pop-up? See http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1070933
I have my option set to Never chck for updates. This morning when I booted my laptop i got the nag screen. The above doesn't work for me, obviously. Adobe has never gotten this right 10 years and going strong.