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I was trying to listen to some music on MySpace, and it told me Screenshot

I refreshed the page, but it still came up with this. I restarted my browser, but the same thing happened. When I tried updating my Flash Player, I noticed that it was version When I tried installing it, it told me that it wouldn't install because I had a newer version of flash installed.

What the heck is going on?!!

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Correct question. An intelligent software should provide one working advice. An information which starts with "try the following" looks like a robot random answer. – daniel Azuelos Nov 10 '13 at 15:49
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You should try running Adobe's Uninstaller then reinstalling Flash.

Once you have, check your installed Flash version and make sure it's

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Thanks! That worked. – CoffeeRain Apr 10 '12 at 20:53

It's possible that the newer version installed and is waiting for a reboot in order to finalize the update. if not i would say completely uninstall flash as it's decided to bug on you, reboot then reinstall the latest version. Hope this helps! -theternalnoob

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The Flash plug-in doesn't require a full restart, just for the browsers that use it to quit and re-open. – da4 Apr 10 '12 at 19:59

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