So no one has any suggestions??
The installer type in the mozilla URL you link to is no longer supported, therefore, it indicates nothing is available.
What OS version are you using?
What does "Please do not link me to the offline installer b/c that does not work." mean? Please provide specific details to what happens when you try to use the offline installer. Screenshots are very helpful (The specified item was not found.).
I don't know what OS means.
It means exactly what it says. I know how to post a screenshot thx. It says something about that it is not a valid windows 32 application.
OS = Operating system.
Please provide a screenshot and specific details. Vague descriptions, such as 'does not work' is not beneficial in attempting to troubleshoot the problem.
do you mean windows 7. i told you what it said & you still need a screenshot.
well its not working so heres a direct link
This error can be returned for a myriad of reasons. Please try the following:
- Delete all copies of the install_flash_player.exe file you've downloaded (completely delete them, including from the recycle bin).
- Clear the browser history
- Try downloading the file again, if you encounter the error again, try using a different browser.
- If you are downloading the full/offline installer (the NPAPI installer file posted at the bottom of the Installation problems | Flash Player | Windows page) the file size should be 17.2 MB.
If that doesn't work, there are a couple of troubleshooting steps in this Microsoft forum post, Windows 7 and .exe is not a valid win 32 application message - Microsoft Community, that you might try (Disk Cleanup and System File Checker).
-Everything is deleted including the bin.
-You want me to delete my firefox history? why?
-I only have 2 browsers this & chrome.
-I already did the disk scan.
"You want me to delete my firefox history? why?"
I'm not able to reproduce the error, and since this error can be caused due to any number of reasons, this was a recommendation I found while researching this error. You may want to try deleting the cache as well. Essentially anything that may be left over from previous download attempt.
Did you try the System File Checker?
yeeeaaaahhh um i'm gonna keep my history. I don't know what the cache is.
I didn't try the SFC, it went right over my head.
Maybe with me deleting everything i'll try installing it again. If it doesn't work i'll try the SFC.
Is there an alternative to Adobe. This is really making me mad.
What is the link for chrome, maybe i can try getting it to install there.