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Very strange that all three systems are failing to install at your house. I rarely hear of this problem from customers, is there any common software (virus/security scanner) across all three systems?
Here's what I'd try:
1. Use the stand alone installers: http://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/installation-problems-flash-player-windows.html#mai n-pars_header
2. Try running through the steps of this FAQ: How do I fix Windows permission problems with Flash Player?
3. When launching the installer, right click and select "run as administrator"
I'm sorry I have not checked the message board but I have been pretty sick...however, I wanted to say that I did finally get Flash to install. At first, I was totally against downloading the Microsoft fix that goes into the registry to remove register keys that might have been left behind so I kept that for the very last option and only if everything else failed. Everything failed. So I downloaded the two items needed to do the job. The one item had to be unpacked and put into the same folder as the other (sorry, I can't recall what they were called and I am using my iPad and not on the PC where I have the info...) and then you click on the installer which starts the registry fix. It took several minutes (while I sweated bullets!...not real crazy about messing with the registry!) but in the end when I went back to try installing the Flash again it went off without a hitch. I did the same with the other two computers and all is well I'm happy to say! Thanks for getting back to me though. I appreciate it.
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