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    Adobe Flash Player automatically uninstalling on Windows 7 System.

    I don't know what has gone wrong on my Windows 7 computer, after installing Windows 7 I have installed all the softwares that are necessary including Adobe Flash Player, and recently when I opened a link I got a message that unable to load download adobe to continue, so when I have checked in installed programs there is no adobe, so I have installed again and tried again but again it disappearing.



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    bonomali Array
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    Re: Adobe Flash Player automatically uninstalling on Windows 7 System.

    Hello,

    Your windows 7 OS may be corrupted so this adobe flash player thing is happening
    again and again. For last resort you should try to download flash player from the
    adobe website and then see what happens. If the problem is there then i am afraid
    formatting is the only solutions.

    Bye,

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    kumar12337 Array
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    Re: Adobe Flash Player automatically uninstalling on Windows 7 System.

    Hi dear friend

    To solve this issue follow the below instructions


    first click the start button and go to control panel


    after that click on system and security option


    now choose Backup and restore option


    then click recover system settings or your computer option


    click, open system restore button


    then select already created restore point and click next ......and finally click FINISH button


    if you have any backup image or Repair disc then choose select another backup for restore files option

    then click on NEXT button.......and finally click on FINISH button


    ALL THE BEST!!!!!!!!!

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    Satya Praveen Array
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    Re: Adobe Flash Player automatically uninstalling on Windows 7 System.

    Hello friend,


    I have the solution for your problem just do as i say................

    1.This may be the problem of your Adobe Flash player software.

    2.Some of it's files may be corrupted.

    3.Or you open your browse and try to play any video.

    4.If the video plays then the Adobe is in your system but your system is not showing.

    5.If the video do not plays then you go to the website 'http://www.filehippo.com'.

    6.From there you download the Adobe software and then install it and it will work fine.

    Have a nice day..............


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