Can't Upgrade Adobe Flash Player
For weeks, Adobe Flash Player has notified my that there are newer version of it. So I would click the "Download" button, which would direct me to Adobe's web site to download the update. Today, the update is version 220.127.116.11. So I download that, which is an "1.00 MB (1,058,200 bytes)" executable. I run it and get the following error message (see screen shot below):
"Error has been encountered. Close this window and try downloading again"
This happens to me over and over. I even try to execute the binary using "Run as administrator", but that doesn't help. And it occurs on two of my computers... an Asus G74SX (running Windows 8) and an Asus G46VW (running Windows 8).
I'm getting really fed up. Anyone encounter this issus?
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