If you do not delete this directory after installing, then anytime you launch an package, this Adobe AIR Installer is launched.Checking that the AIR Runtime is now present, it goes on with the standard AIR App installation that is done by the AIR Runtime.But there are certain points, which require attention when attempting to downgrade.After you install AIR 20, any previously installed AIR app using the Shared Runtime that is launched gets updated.Please see here for some basic trouble shooting of Flash under firefox.https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/keep-flash-up-to-d... It isn't just browser-based Flash, its also affects all other applications that use Flash. It stays like this for a while: =141434972&filters[recent]=1&filters[public Only]=1&sort=1&o=0] What other applications use flash.A great deal of flash content, which works in Internet Explorer 10 or earlier, may behave incorrectly with Microsoft’s latest browsers.This blog post will list technical differences to help developers debug why their site might be broken in Internet Explorer 11 or Microsoft Edge.
That Adobe AIR Installer (version 20) keeps its precedence over the Adobe AIR Application Installer (version 19) that is present at The solution to this issue is to simply delete the directory that contains the Side Car package and Adobe AIR Installer so that this 64-bit binary longer exists.
And yes even after full uninstall with Adobe's stand-alone uninstaller, it comes up with the same screen when I try to re-install it. I just did a fresh install of Win7Pro and when I try to install Flash, I'm just getting the blank grey box that can only be closed with Task Mgr.
Tried installing it as an add-on through Firefox, but it won't install automatically and when I select "manual install", it just takes me to the adobe page with the same downloader. Hi all, I have been having trouble trying to install Adobe Flash Player on my new computer lately.
After an Initial AIR 20 installation from a Side Car, launching the package results in Mac OS X “blessing” the Adobe AIR Installer that sits next to it.
Hence forward, Mac OS X remembers this application as the default launcher for an package.It has always been mostly a browser plugin as far as I know.