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I have to check this also in my Win XP the next time referring to the same webpage install option. Just had IE Flash update the last time I've used my XP computer.
The second announcement for an update (or upgrade?) displayed upon much later computer startup was maybe for the plugin for Firefox browser, which I accepted and installed a few minutes ago
Posted 07 September 2012 - 10:17 AM
Aleady downloaded and installed Adobe Flash Player 11.4.402.265 a few days ago, as directed from the announcement window upon computer startup, to the adobe page link, to the download of this new version of Flash Player. The install a few days ago (downloaded first) was successful. YouTube videos work (although this was checked in other browsers, not in I.E.). This morning, another update announcement window appeared for Flash Player. I was expecting the button to give me the typical installer interface to automatically download then install Flash Player, but NO. Instead, the announcment window button gave me the web page to permit me to choose to download what I ALREADY have - version 11.4.402.265. I already have that version. Where then is the update? I would expect to see the two gray windows involving an update for v11.4, hopefully to give me some update higher than ...265, and not see another web page through my default browser.
I checked the adobe site to try feedback to report this but I had to face a mess of a website to move through (Adobe....) if I want that.
Anyone know if I may have some unknown fault on my system, or if this webpage is the right kind of way to get the update which I already have? Makes no sense to update version 11.4.402.265 with 11.4.402.265. Cannot tell adobe, cannot complain to adobe unless stuggle through their complicated website.
System: Windows XP sp3, laptop. Adobe Flash Player 11.4.402.265 been installed for past 3 days or so. Browsers I.E. 8, Firefox 14.01, couple of others. Plugin for Firefox is 11.3.300.xyz (can't remember exact 'xyz').
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