17 Replies Latest reply on Sep 24, 2012 8:43 PM by canalrun

    Still having problem – Flash asks to update

    canalrun Level 1

      Hello,

      I am still having the problem of  Flash constantly asking me to update. I get the flashing yellow security shields on Windows 7 – sometimes two, three, or four flashing shields. If I close the shields or click and respond "no", 10 seconds later there's another shield flashing asking to update. Sometimes whatever I am doing on the computer is interrupted and I get a modal pop-up dialog asking if it's okay to update.

       

      I have posted this problem before, back in June and July, see:

      http://forums.adobe.com/message/4583350#4583350

      http://forums.adobe.com/message/4563117#4563117

       

      I have gone into global settings and set Advanced – never check for updates. This does nothing.

       

      I have confirmed my MMS.CFG file as recommended – this is correct.

       

      I have uninstalled and reinstalled using the Adobe tools.

       

      I have even searched the registry for obvious settings – none are found.

       

      I have had to revert to version 10.3 of Flash because version 11 breaks Dragon Naturally Speaking. This is a well documented problem.

       

      Somewhere there is a mechanism that initiates this "checking for updates". What is this mechanism? How do I remove it? This problem should not be so complicated to fix.

       

      Thanks,

      Barry.