Download the standalone download of Flash player. It should fix this issue. Sometimes the software gets buggy and doesn't like to download from the server. By using a standalone, it doesn't have to download twice. Here is a link:
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Let me know if this works for you.
What is your operating system & version?
What is your web browser?
The moment I clicked this link, it set off a storm of malware. Please remove this link.
I was genuinely looking for help. I really don't appreciate this at all. I created an Adobe account just to address this.
No worries - I went to the Firefox download on this site and it worked a treat! I now have the latest version and am very happy
Thanks much for the great site. I'm no techie and I was able to solve my problem using your instructions.
I've replied in the thread. Thanks very much.
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Great. Glad to hear you've been able to successfully install Flash Player and everything is working fine.