Download the Adobe Flash Player installer directly by clicking one of the following links.
The installer link can't be found - #$%^&*)(*&^%#$%^&*()(*&^%$#$%^&*(
I appreciate you getting back to me on this issue But unfortunately there is still no joy. See my results using the links you supplied below -
1st link opens the screen shown below, but when I try to “open” the file all that happens is that the screen goes blank and this same screed reappears.
When I try the 2nd link it takes me to the following page –
Like I said I really appreciate you getting back to me on this issue, but I’m still at the $&#$%^&)(*&%#$%& stage with this problem.
Your screenshots didn't come through. Attachments to email replies just get dropped. You'll have to come back to the forum website and add them there.
it looks like you successfully downloaded the offline mac installer. It's in your completed downloads list. Now you need to Open it (see the Open button on the highlighted line). This should mount the disk image and open a new Finder window with the installer. Double-click it and it should start.
I was actually looking for the PC as opposed to the Mac version
Okay, i understand now. Sorry about the slow uptake.
Firefox and other NPAPI browsers:
Thanks for your help. BUT still frustrated – see below
Started to work, but then received the following ADOBE error message “Installation encountered errors:
Your Microsoft Internet Explorer browser includes the latest version of the Adobe Flash Player built-in. Windows Update will inform you when new versions of the Flash Player are available.”
So I don’t understand why I’m getting these can’t run messages indicating that the current Flash Player needs to be updated.
Ah, you're on Windows 8. Flash Player is a built-in component of Internet Explorer on Windows 8 and higher. There is no installer or anything to download for IE. Everything is delivered through Windows Update automatically.
You may need to examine your ActiveX Filtering settings, but they should be correct by default:
If that is too inconvenient, using Google Chrome may be a preferable alternative.