3. The easisets solution would be to rollback your system to a point where you are sure, your Flash CC worked, and then disable automatic updates until you can be sure this problem won`t resurface.
A rollback would in this case take out some other programs as well, that I'd need to reinstall.
I was thinking more along the lines of a build in feature of Creative Cloud?
You may be able to use Creative Cloud Packager to create an installer of a previous version of Flash. It usually lets you choose which updates you'd like to include in the package. I'm not sure where the Dutch page is, but here is a link to the English CC Packager page:
Edit: I believe to use Creative Cloud Packager, you'll need a Creative Cloud for Teams or Enterprise account
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Can you trying deleting your Flash Preferences and then try again. (Check here - http://forums.adobe.com/thread/992810)
If you still face issues, get the standalone updater from here: http://www.adobe.com/support/flash/downloads.html
You might need to uninstall and re-install if your updater didn't install correctly last time.
What fixed the problem for me was just reinstalling Flash CC. I thought I'd give it a try, because I couldn't find a message of anyone experiencing the same problem.
So I used the control panel to uninstall Flash, then I tried reinstalling.
Creative Cloud kept saying Flash is up to date, so you can't reinstall. If you click on the gear and choose Exit and then restart Creative Cloud it will take a few seconds, but the it will see the situation as it is and you can reinstall Flash.
After the reinstall the issue was gone.
Thanks for the other solutions, I think this is a handy resource for rolling back Flash if I ever do need it
and gives me more confidence in the creative cloud product.
Maybe Adobe will pick it up and make it easier for us 'normal' creative-cloud users to
pick which version we want. Like you can do in CVS systems.