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Oct 04, 2012

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This morning I ignored the new Flash update as I was working but ever since the ignore, the program I use for work which is Flash based isn’t working.  I tried to install the latest version of the Flash player by visiting this page http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/?no_redirect 

In Chrome browser I see this message on the adobe page If you are using the Google Chrome browser, Adobe® Flash® Player is built-in but has been disabled. To enable Flash Player, follow the steps in this TechNote

I checked in my plug ins section and it shows Adobe Flash player version 11.3.31.331 as being enabled so I don’t understand why I’m seeing the above message. I tried manually downloaded the update file install_flashplayer11x32_mssd_aih.exe but received the host unable to load application configuration error. I thought this maybe due to my being on a Win 7 64 bit and Adobe was giving me the 32 bit file? I even found the 64 bit installer fle as someone suggested on another post but had the same result “host unable to load application configuration error”

I tried updated Flash in Firefox and that didn’t work

I tried reinstalling Chrome..no luck.

I also tried syncing my clock as suggested on another post...that didn’t help.

I visited http://helpx.adobe.com/content/help/en/flash-player/kb/installation-problems-flash-player-windows.ht... and didn’t see any solutions there.

Is this a computer hardware issue? I'm at witts end as I need the latest Flash Player installed for work.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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host unable to load application configuration error

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This morning I ignored the new Flash update as I was working but ever since the ignore, the program I use for work which is Flash based isn’t working.  I tried to install the latest version of the Flash player by visiting this page http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/?no_redirect 

In Chrome browser I see this message on the adobe page If you are using the Google Chrome browser, Adobe® Flash® Player is built-in but has been disabled. To enable Flash Player, follow the steps in this TechNote

I checked in my plug ins section and it shows Adobe Flash player version 11.3.31.331 as being enabled so I don’t understand why I’m seeing the above message. I tried manually downloaded the update file install_flashplayer11x32_mssd_aih.exe but received the host unable to load application configuration error. I thought this maybe due to my being on a Win 7 64 bit and Adobe was giving me the 32 bit file? I even found the 64 bit installer fle as someone suggested on another post but had the same result “host unable to load application configuration error”

I tried updated Flash in Firefox and that didn’t work

I tried reinstalling Chrome..no luck.

I also tried syncing my clock as suggested on another post...that didn’t help.

I visited http://helpx.adobe.com/content/help/en/flash-player/kb/installation-problems-flash-player-windows.ht... and didn’t see any solutions there.

Is this a computer hardware issue? I'm at witts end as I need the latest Flash Player installed for work.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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yesmatey155 wrote:

I visited http://helpx.adobe.com/content/help/en/flash-player/kb/installation-pr oblems-flash-player-windows.h... and didn’t see any solutions there.

The solution is to download (and run) the offline installer(s) from the links there.

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Oct 05, 2012

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Hi Pat...thanks for your prompt response...I check out the section for Chrome on the page you suggested. My Chrome is the latest version and I have Flash player enabled within Chrome yet I'm still getting the "Flash is disabled within Chrome" messge.

Please see attached screenshot.

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I my original message I explained that I have tried the suggested download and offline installs suggested but I'm getting the "

host unable to load application configuration error

Simply put I can't install any of these applications or updates...it just doesn't load.

Any other suggestions?

Thanks

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Hi.....I had the exact same problem as you mate. I have win XP 64 with Firefox. And I found that I had to disable AVG for a short time......and now everything is working fine again with the lastest update of Flash Player

So hopefully this will help you

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