i am having the same issue but with safar- anyone have any ideas?
After Many hours of fighting this, I successfully downloaded a working version of Flashplayer 11.6.602.180 from http://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/archived-flash-player-versions.html
It has many versions for operating systems, including Android. I dont know about Mac or Linux, but the windows version (about half way down the page) worked for me in IE & Firefox.
I hope this helps some of you, as I have spent almost all day on this (about 9 hours).
May I recomend that before extracting the zip file, your shoud uninstall the previous version & run Ccleaner & run Ccleaner for the registry as well then do your extraction & run the installation from there.
Good Luck, Rusty
I'm sorry you've encountered this bug. Please download the installer here while we work to fix this:
Windows - Flash Player Windows Installers
I am having the same problem with no download button. I have tried it from IE and firefox. Is it me, or is there still a but in getflashplayer?
THIS IS THE SOLUTION. This is an IE Internet Options problem. Make sure the Tools/Internet Options/Advanced/Security/Use TLS 1.0 is checked. If you hit refresh the Install button (and optional subsidiary software download option) will re-appear.
It's time to update to a newer Internet Explorer. The common encryption technology used for establishing secure web browsing sessions (SSL) has seen a few exploits against older encryption schemes over the last couple years, forcing the retirement of those older, insecure technologies. Your current browser is so old that it doesn't support the schemes that *are* secure by default.
For what it's worth, TLS 1.0 is actually really old as well, with the current standard being TLS 1.2. There's a good rundown of the matrix here and what browser support what: Transport Layer Security - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Long story short, Google Chrome is really your best bet on WinXP. Unless you have a specific requirement, I'd highly recommend switching. I'd also strongly encourage you to consider upgrading to Windows 7.
This is crazy they want us to loose our minds with downloading this.