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New Flash Player 11.2.202.228

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guys, flash player version 11.3.300.268 just came out recently.

It works fine. This new .268 DLL is exactly the same file-size as the previous .265 file, but file-compare shows more than 10 byte-differences.

Is there any way to get the 10mb MSI file (flashplayer11_3r300_268_win.msi) other than by downloading the "archived" 100mb developer file (fp_11.3.300.268_archive.zip) ? Does Adobe give a direct link to the MSI file?

I run the MSI file, get two errors which I dismiss, then go to the \SYSTEM\MACROMED\FLASH directory and rename the new DLL file (remove the version info from the file name) and that's all. Is running the MSI file necessary at all? Can you just obtain the new DLL file and copy it over the old one?

I've unpacked the MSI file with 7-zip, and then unpacked the single .cab file inside it, and then used 7-zip to unpack the single .exe file inside the cab file, but after all that I still can't end up with the DLL file. Where is it?

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guys, flash player version 11.3.300.268 just came out recently.

It works fine.  This new .268 DLL is exactly the same file-size as the previous .265 file, but file-compare shows more than 10 byte-differences.

Is there any way to get the 10mb MSI file (flashplayer11_3r300_268_win.msi) other than by downloading the "archived" 100mb developer file (fp_11.3.300.268_archive.zip) ?   Does Adobe give a direct link to the MSI file?

I run the MSI file, get two errors which I dismiss, then go to the \SYSTEM\MACROMED\FLASH directory and rename the new DLL file (remove the version info from the file name) and that's all.   Is running the MSI file necessary at all?  Can you just obtain the new DLL file and copy it over the old one?

I've unpacked the MSI file with 7-zip, and then unpacked the single .cab file inside it, and then used 7-zip to unpack the single .exe file inside the cab file, but after all that I still can't end up with the DLL file.  Where is it?

We've different possibilities to run it.

Downloads: 

1. msi   =>  post 63

2. dll file  =>  post 76

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Downloads:

1. msi => post 63

2. dll file => post 76

Ok, just so I'm clear on this - does "Universal Extractor" run on win98/Kex? I'm finding that it seems to hang while giving the message "Testing 7-Zip installer" when I try to process the flash-player-install exe file. It also doesn't seem to process the msi file without throwing up some sort of error that I can't figure out.

If the Universal Extractor method is not the method that you were indicating in post 76, then the (only?) alternative is to watch for someone to post a file-locker link to the flash DLL file.

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Downloads:

1. msi   =>  post 63

2. dll file  =>  post 76

Ok, just so I'm clear on this - does "Universal Extractor" run on win98/Kex?  I'm finding that it seems to hang while giving the message "Testing 7-Zip installer" when I try to process the flash-player-install exe file.  It also doesn't seem to process the msi file without throwing up some sort of error that I can't figure out.

If the Universal Extractor method is not the method that you were indicating in post 76, then the (only?) alternative is to watch for someone to post a file-locker link to the flash DLL file.

I've no experience with the Universal Extractor. I also just tried to extract the exe with that tool on ME and XP without success.

But why should indicate the link on post 76 to the Universal Extractor? Quote: "Download NPSWF32.zip (size 4.22 MB, version 11.3.300.268), unzip NPSWF32.dll and place it inside program\plugins inside Opera installation directory."   => unzip  NPSWF32.dll with 7Zip or another unpacker.

Extracting the dll file from the exe doesn't solve your problem. You already have the file.

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Is there any way to get the 10mb MSI file (flashplayer11_3r300_268_win.msi) other than by downloading the "archived" 100mb developer file (fp_11.3.300.268_archive.zip) ? Does Adobe give a direct link to the MSI file?

If you have a valid Adobe Flash Player Distribution License Agreement, you can obtain the MSI download here.

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.271 is now available.

Hi Schwups,

does the flash control panel crashes on your ME system too ??

Mikl

FLASHPLAYERAPP verursachte einen Fehler durch eine ungültige Seite

in Modul UNICOWS.DLL bei 0187:7f2daf19.

Register:

EAX=64340082 CS=0187 EIP=7f2daf19 EFLGS=00010212

EBX=00000000 SS=018f ESP=0069f8a8 EBP=0069f8a8

ECX=00000000 DS=018f ESI=0069f968 FS=234f

EDX=00000000 ES=018f EDI=00000068 GS=0000

Bytes bei CS:EIP:

66 8b 08 40 40 66 85 c9 75 f6 2b 45 08 d1 f8 48

Stapelwerte:

0069f94c 7f2f8ed7 64340082 575c3a43 4f444e49 415c5357 6e65776e 676e7564 74616473 4d5c6e65 6f726361 6964656d 6c465c61 20687361 79616c50 6d5c7265

Edited by MiKl
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important to note that Flash Player 11.3.300.271 is a security update mentioned in Adobe security bulletin APSB12-18.

and Flash Player 11.4 beta 2 (11.4.400.252) is also available on the Adobe labs web site.

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.271 is now available.

Hi Schwups,

does the flash control panel crashes on your ME system too ??

Mikl

FLASHPLAYERAPP verursachte einen Fehler durch eine ungültige Seite

in Modul UNICOWS.DLL bei 0187:7f2daf19.

Register:

EAX=64340082 CS=0187 EIP=7f2daf19 EFLGS=00010212

EBX=00000000 SS=018f ESP=0069f8a8 EBP=0069f8a8

ECX=00000000 DS=018f ESI=0069f968 FS=234f

EDX=00000000 ES=018f EDI=00000068 GS=0000

Bytes bei CS:EIP:

66 8b 08 40 40 66 85 c9 75 f6 2b 45 08 d1 f8 48

Stapelwerte:

0069f94c 7f2f8ed7 64340082 575c3a43 4f444e49 415c5357 6e65776e 676e7564 74616473 4d5c6e65 6f726361 6964656d 6c465c61 20687361 79616c50 6d5c7265

The new control panel  "FlashPlayerCPLApp.cpl" was introduced with version 10.3.  It fails to launch on my ME systems, too. It is a known issue.

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It would seem that the method I have been using for some time now by replacing 2 files in my Macromedia folder in system isn't showing when I check which version I'm using on the Adobe Flash site which is now according to the Adobe site being 11.7.700.169, so I have just gone back and replaced the one before this update, thankfully I kept these.

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Have a look here in case you'd want to run this version:

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