Windows or Mac?
What exactly means "trouble"?
If you are having problems using Adobe's webpage download, you can use the StandAlone Flash Installer. While Adobe has stopped offering its standalone Flash installer as of July 2013 and the download links on its Flash Troubleshooting pages are now bad links you can use the last archived version which is currently the same as its current version (ver.11.8), For now it can be downloaded from two different webpages:
1. http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/otherversions/ (easier to find the right download)
2. http://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/archived-flash-player-versions. html and download the right one for your device and system. For Windows it is Flash Player 11.8.800.94..(link is: http://download.macromedia.com/pub/flashplayer/installers/archive/fp_1 1.8.800.94_archive.zip). It is a zip file that has more than you need so unzip it, then open 11_8_r800.94_archive>11_8_r800_94 and then copy-paste the right program to a real folder outside the zip file. If you use IE then use either the winax.exe or winax.exe version, otherwise use the the win.exe or win.msi version.
When you click on the versions, you just need to find the one you want under Flash Player archives.
Once you locate the one you want, then you select the link to download the file. I chose the one listed below.
- (Released 6/11/2013) Flash Player 10.3.183.90 (61.1 MB)
When the screen opens to download, you can save it to your desktop and then extract the files. The flash player should be listed there as an application.
Copy the application and paste it into your programs files on the C: Drive.
After the application is saved, go to your Control Panel and set up the default application for your .swf files to point to the Flash Player archive application that you put in your program files.
This worked for me, so I know it can work for others.
Hope this helps!
Message was edited by: TamTayHay85