Thanks for your advice Mike.
I intentionally didn't try this method, so as not to loose any trace/ hint of this online installation issue, to determine more precise reason of the cause,
but I've tried that offline installation since no ther choice left, and it worked alright, got both Flash installed succesfully.
Now I know that my xp would install this application in this method, so thanks to Mike for helping me narrowing down the cause,
but the main issue is, that my xp won't extract and install at all, when using online installation. I've tried online installer setup again, but still stops after downloading, the issue still presists.
There must be some jamming issue related with installer there, and want to solve this for more secure and easy update/installation not only for Flash but for any aplication of future use.
It's only a few months left for XP, but manual installation is quite labor taking. Many applications now a days only provides online installation so, I'll be stucked if this issue still presists.
Looking foward to hear other advices, if any.
Hello Satoru さん
The standard installers really are only what we call "download helpers", and they often do not work well. There are a host of different problems that can occur during the background download, and they are often difficult to diagnose.
The offline installers that Mike linked to usually work without a problem, and they also do not include bundled 3rd-party softwares.
If you would like to continue finding a reason why the AIH installers fail, can you post the contents of the FlashInstall.log file from C:\WINDOWS\system32\Macromed\Flash
Hello from a fellow in Tokyo! Nice weather today!
Thanks for pointing me out some basics and for all the informations,while you are tired late at night.
I've always wanted to know where the log file for Flash is saved, and should've serched in this forum etc more carefully before posting any questions here.
(The " log " I wrote in the first post I saw was a log for application in Event Viewer to see any error for windows installer related, not for Flash itself, sorry for not making it clear)
Due to my work, I only have limited time to do this everyday, and didn't know the actual name for it, that I only serched for "Adobe" folders inside my PC to find log file, never thought about "Macromed" though.
Sorry everyone, my being such a noob.
Anyway, I've looked into log, and tried to understand it, by doing install > uninstall over and over again to recognize the behavior, to determine whitch info, is for IE or Firefox before posting,
so that I could understand more clearly when recieving any information from you and for my future knowledge.
But another issue occured during this reserch.
I couldn't uninstall Plug-in for Firefox(after my first offline installation) even if I used "Add and Remove Programs" for XP. and uninstaller(188.8.131.52) doesn't even run at all.
(Active-X for IE was succesfully removed by A&R Programs, and this uninstaller might only work for IE Active-X though, but no idea)
So I tried to uninstall it from A&R Programs again by overwriting plug-in(installing same plug-in again by offline installation) but still fails.
I did reboot every time I tried to remove it, but still located in Macromed\Flash folder and plug-in does disappears from the list of A&R Programs everytime I tried to remove it.
I've serched for informations about this issue on internet with limited time I had, but have no idea what causes this issue, and want to make this clear before I post log here to move on safely.
I'm no tech of computing, cannot read commands written inside the log fully, and want to know some of their meanings.
What does these mean?
[ I ] ------install??
[ x ]0000xxxx ------ error number code?
[ x ]0000xxxx : xxxx ------- what does this one or four digit number means?
[error] 1257 0 or 1226 1062 ------- what are these combinations of one to four digit numbers mean?
I tried to serch for their meanings, but counldn't find anything clearly with time I had. Could you teach me or show link in description if possible, so that I could understand well?
Thanks for your cooperations.