Just upgrade on my mac, same thing, plug-in crashes in Firefox and Safari. How do I go back a version from time machine?
Running OSX 10.6.8 and Safari version 5.1.10 (6534.59.10) and Firefox version 28. Upgraded to 188.8.131.52 and now flash player crashes every time. Tried repeated uninstall and install, same problem.
Problem seems to be in the "upgrade". Tried to install previous version of Flash player, but it is "blocked" due to security issues. HELP!
I have installed Google Chrome with the flash player embedded and it does function!
Time for version 13.0.0183??
I installed 13 and kept getting the plug-in failure icon; I went to the Flash Player achives (on this site) and downloaded the previous version (12.00.77) and reinstalled it (I'm running OS 10.9.2); it's working fine. It would appear there's a problem with Flash Player 13. Hopefully someone from Adobe wiill see this and get on it.
Thank you, Richard. Installing 12.00.77 also worked for me. It was a bit of a challenge to find. It is the the "flash player archives"
You’re welcome; I hope Adobe gets on this before more people have problems.
Hello Richard - seems like you got it to work, but I need to uninstall 184.108.40.206 before I can reinstall 12.00.77. How do I do that? Do you know - are you able help?
Date: Thu, 10 Apr 2014 06:00:57 -0700
Re: Updating Flash Player to version 220.127.116.11
created by Richard Geller in Installing Flash Player - View the full discussion
I installed 13 and kept getting the plug-in failure icon; I went to the Flash Player achieves and downloaded the previous version 12.00.77 and reinstalled it (I'm running OS 10.9.2); it's working fine. It would seem that there's a problem with Flash Player 13. Hopefully someone from Adobe wiill see this and get on it.
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This is also shows how non-technical I am. I don't know how to reply in this forum without doing it by e-mail. Pathetic I know.
- Sure, search to find the Adobe Flash Install Manager (in Utilities folder on a mac).
- Double click to open it it and it will allow you uninstall.
- That’s all; but reboot before you reinstall the older version of Flash.
Thx Richard. All seems to be working again. Your help much appreciated.
My pleasure... perhaps we should send Adobe a bill?
I also had the same problem after upgrading my Flash player. You guys helped me fix it so I can get back to work after an hour+ of frustration. Thanks so much!