By: Joey Cam
June 14, 2011
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[adblockingdetector id=”2″]I update to the latest Adobe Flash Player and I still get the same message. I install the same update again and again and again and again. Same result. I don’t know WTF is the matter because I did what the damn thing said and updated to the latest update and it is still giving me this error. At this point I want to grab my PC, throw it against the wall and call it a day. But I don’t because I paid so much for the damn thing.
Other Adobe Flash Player problems I have had have been install errors. Those errors are the worst, how can you update to the latest Adobe Flash Player if you can’t install anything? Here are a couple of those error messages… “Error: The file could not be written due to the lack of permissions.” “Error: The Flash Player ActiveX control could not be registered.”
[adblockingdetector id=”4″]The video tutorial below will show you how to fix the vast majority of your Adobe Flash Player problems. FYI, it CAN NOT help you with Adobe Flash Player errors if you are not logged into an Administrative user account. A Windows Administrator account allows you to make any system changes, uninstall and install programs. If you do not have access to that type of account on the computer that is giving Flash errors then you need to find someone that has Admin access.
In the following Fixing Adobe Flash Player Errors video tutorial I will take you step-by-step and you will easily learn the following…
1. How-to thoroughly uninstall all versions of the Adobe Flash Player from your computer using Revo Uninstaller and CCleaner
2. Your Anti-Virus, Firewall or Internet Security software may be interfering with Adobe Flash Player installs or upgrades and how to exit those programs
3. How-To correctly install the Adobe Flash Player onto your Firefox and Internet browsers
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