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Try Again." I keep thinking I have some kind of settings off, but have no idea of what those/that might be.I had Flash 17.0.0.169 and wanted to update to Flash 17.0.0.188; which I finally succeeded with.I have been using Firefox for about 5-6 years now, and I love it! You have a version 17 so it that is very recent and may be the most recent and up to date version.

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Updating Adobe Reader, Shockwave Flash, and Java used to be so easy....until about a year ago.

Now, I hate when I run the Firefox Plugin Check, only to see UPDATE. CLICK THE FINISH BUTTON TO RESTART THE INSTALL PROCESS. I have contacted my internet provider (and gone through their restart process) I am connection to the Internet.

Or if you want to download a "full" installer for Adobe Reader DC, I think you can get it from this page: What happened with Adobe Reader is that Adobe created a new product named Adobe Reader DC and as a result the plugin checker site now considers perfectly up-to-date Acrobat plugins for Adobe Reader XI to be obsolete.

As long as your Adobe Reader XI says it is up-to-date when you use its Help Check for Updates function, then you can trust Adobe on that and ignore the plugin checker's advice.

I seem to be able to download ("initializing") the app, but when I go to INSTALL (I hope I have the right words), it says CONNECTION FAILED. I have disabled my anti-virus prgm and my Firewall; nothing seems to help. Updating Adobe Reader, Shockwave Flash, and Java used to be so easy....until about a year ago.

The last time I was able to actually INSTALL any of the above programs/apps, I did so with the help of "Troubleshooting when using Firefox"..that let me download the,..I can't find a selection like that now....which is why I am writing to Firefox/Mozilla. Now, I hate when I run the Firefox Plugin Check, only to see UPDATE. CLICK THE FINISH BUTTON TO RESTART THE INSTALL PROCESS. I have contacted my internet provider (and gone through their restart process) I am connection to the Internet.*See Flash Plugin - Keep it up to date and troubleshoot problems * Use the adobe page To both check the version installed and what the latest versions available is.

You have a version 17 so it that is very recent and may be the most recent and up to date version.

My issues are with this page: https://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/ It just does not work for me... Try Again." When I try again, it still fails and then it just deletes what I had downloaded...is a great big huge CYCLE. I know to check Firefox Plugin Check page..the link from there, is where I get (the above).

I have been using Firefox for about 5-6 years now, and I love it! I seem to be able to download ("initializing") the app, but when I go to INSTALL (I hope I have the right words), it says CONNECTION FAILED. I have disabled my anti-virus prgm and my Firewall; nothing seems to help. Just to clarify, how far do you get in this process: * Display page and click Install Now * Adobe shows a second page, "Initializing..." * Firefox displays a dialog to Save or Cancel the download * Blue download arrow animates * Click the downloaded installer to run it * Windows shows a security warning, click Run * Windows shows User Account Control, OK that * Installer asks your update preferences, then Next * Installer starts to retrieve additional files from the internet * Installer says to close Firefox...

It looks to me like the shield that shows up for my Microsoft Security Essentials; divided into 4 sections, 2 yellow and 2 blue? ) Now, tell me why the 'version' that works on both of these; all have a little 'shield' in front of the file/icon, on my desktop? But just now, I had both of them off; and they did install.

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The last time I was able to actually INSTALL any of the above programs/apps, I did so with the help of "Troubleshooting when using Firefox"..that let me download the,..I can't find a selection like that now....which is why I am writing to Firefox/Mozilla. Now, I hate when I run the Firefox Plugin Check, only to see UPDATE. CLICK THE FINISH BUTTON TO RESTART THE INSTALL PROCESS. I have contacted my internet provider (and gone through their restart process) I am connection to the Internet.

*See Flash Plugin - Keep it up to date and troubleshoot problems * Use the adobe page To both check the version installed and what the latest versions available is.

You have a version 17 so it that is very recent and may be the most recent and up to date version.

My issues are with this page: https://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/ It just does not work for me... Try Again." When I try again, it still fails and then it just deletes what I had downloaded...is a great big huge CYCLE. I know to check Firefox Plugin Check page..the link from there, is where I get (the above).

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