I have the same problem on my Macbook
I'm having the same problem. Must be something to do with OS X Yosemite.
I have the exact same problem - freezes at 30%
Same here with Mac OS 10.10.2. Gone through several uninstall and re-install processes that were described on the Adobe help section. Couldn't find any Adobe folders/files identified for deletion in the Cache and Preference folders.
Come on ADOBE, if you're going to require users to update to your latest version, let's make sure your download and installation processes function!
In another discussion, ERPMACUSER suggests the following as it worked for them. You will only be able to see Flash Player in the System Preferences if you haven't already un-installed it.
1. Launch System Preference
2. Click on Flash Player icon at the bottom of the screen
3. Click on Advanced Tab
4. Click Check Now
5. Proceed accordingly
I was having the same problem and I un-installed it from my preferences. Then I found a link in this forum to use. Try this:
Mine is working fine now.
Thank you!!! This worked!!
I just figured this out on my own as no one at Adobe will release a playbook that gives proper instructions on this issue. If you are having issues with the application not installing all of the way, you have a permission issue on the the partition where your Yosemite OS is installed. Here is how you fix the issue that you are experiencing:
- Open Disk Utility (press Command and the Space Bar, then type disk utility)
- Locate your disk and the partition where your OS installed.
- Select First Aid (in the right pane next to Erase and Restore)
- Locate the button "Verify Disk Permissions" and click on it.
- Wait, get some coffee and relax, this will all be over soon
- When Verify Disk Permissions is complete, click on the button "Repair Disk Permissions"
- Now grab breakfast, lunch or dinner and tell someone you love that you love them.
- After your disk permissions have been repaired, close out Disk Utility
- Open the FlashPlayer installation file and run the installation again.
- Finally, whew... Enjoy your entertainment fare. You made it across the schism that Adobe loves to plague their loyal patrons with.
I hope this helps someone. Let me know if it worked or didn't; I am curious if you all will see the same success that I have realized.
Cheers & Many Regards,
Thanks, Ron, this worked perfectly fine !
Sorry or the late answer but I wasn't able to connect for a while.
Thanks for the help, Geoff.
Unfortunately, it didn't work in my case.