Adobe Shockwave Flash version remained out dated (according to Firefox Plugin Checker) after installed latest version of Flash
Date: 2015/07/01 I like to report problem: Adobe Shockwave Flash version stayed at 220.127.116.11 even though I ran flashplayer18_ha_install.exe (latest version) multiple t…
Date: 2015/07/01 I like to report problem: Adobe Shockwave Flash version stayed at 18.104.22.168 even though I ran flashplayer18_ha_install.exe (latest version) multiple times.
My laptop#2: Running Windows 7 Professional, 64-bit, Windows Update all applied My browser: Firefox Beta 39.0
Steps I have taken:
My laptop#2 (Windows 7 Professional, 64-bit; Firefox Beta 39.0) however, after I ran flashplayer18_ha_install.exe I went back to Firefox Plugin Checker and Shockwave Flash is still pointing to 22.214.171.124.
I even went into Control Panel and uninstalled all Adobe executables. Then I installed fresh copy of flashplayer18_ha_install.exe and the program ran. However Firefox Plugin Checker still tells me that Flash Player is out-of-date. I restarted laptop#2 multiple times, cleaned my registry, and still no luck.
Since I have 2 laptops and one was successfully updated, the problem is due to either Adobe or Mozilla. It could be Adobe's problem if flashplayer18_ha_install.exe is not running properly in Windows 7 Professional. Or it could be Mozilla's problem if Firefox Plugin Checker is not pointing to the latest version of Flash Player I installed. Though there should not be any trace of old version since I did removed all Adobe executables from Control Panel. I must have deleted and reinstalled Flash Player at least 6 times. Your time looking into this problem is much appreciated.
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