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    Uninstalled the Adobe Flash player but Google chrome shows that It already has the same

    Generally,I use Google Chrome browser.Earlier i installed Adobe flash player externally but due to many crashes with Internet Explorer, I uninstalled the same. Now when i try to install the same via Google chrome, it says that it is already installed.What's the matter?



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    Re: Uninstalled the Adobe Flash player but Google chrome shows that It already has the same

    Actually, Google chrome already contains built in Flash player and that's probably the reason why Google chrome shows that it is already installed. If you want to use the externally installed Flash Player then disable the integrated version by following the below given tips:
    Click on "Start" button and then navigate to All Programs>>Google Chrome. Now in Address bar, type "About:Plugins" and then disable Shockwave plugin.
    Next step is to delete the User Profile data in chrome. For doing the same, click on "Start" button and then on "My Computer" and navigate to "C:\Users\UserName\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\Use rData". After that right click on "Default" option and finally click on "Delete". It can ask you for the confirmation so press "Y" for the same.
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    Re: Uninstalled the Adobe Flash player but Google chrome shows that It already has the same

    Hello

    To uninstall adobe flash player completely you can try these steps..

    ===>Go to control panel and than click on Add and remove program.
    ===>Under the installed programs list find the Flash player.
    ===>Right click on it and than click on Uninstall.
    ===>Now click on Start menu and then type regedit into the search box and press Enter.
    ===>After pressing enter key the Registry editor will open.
    ===>Now Click on HKEY_CURRENT_USER and than click on Software.
    ===>Under the software click on Adobe.
    ===>Under the Adobe you will see the Flash player registry.
    ===>Select and right click on it and than click on Delecte.
    ===>After registry deleting flash player will uninstall completely from your system.

    Try this i hope this will help you....

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    Re: Uninstalled the Adobe Flash player but Google chrome shows that It already has the same

    Hello***********
    Dear User***********
    ++++++++++++Try this approach for this issue++++++++

    **********Now under the control panel window click add and remove program.


    **********After clicking you will get list of programs window.

    **********Under that window click on display all link of programs.

    **********now select uninstall google chrome software .

    **********Now again install Google chrome browser .

    **********If any problem then Log in in your system as a system administrator

    **********Now try to install Google chrome browser.

    **********If you still have an issue than try these steps

    **********Now connect for update and sign in chrome account.

    **********Now your flash automatic update when setup run.



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    Re: Uninstalled the Adobe Flash player but Google chrome shows that It already has the same

    Hello Friend ,

    You are having a problem that Uninstalled the Adobe Flash player but Google chrome shows that It already has the same .

    First of All I am telling you that Flash Player in inbuilt into Chrome .

    You no Need to install it into your system .

    I Hope yow will understand.

    All the Best

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    Re: Uninstalled the Adobe Flash player but Google chrome shows that It already has the same

    Hi Friend,

    >> you are facing the problem in the Google Chrome about the flash player.

    >> so you need to remove the flash player.

    >> Google Chrome does not need flash player.

    >> It has inbuilt Shockvaw player so that it is giving the error.


    I Hope you will understand,

    All The Best.

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    Sivasakthivel Array
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    Re: Uninstalled the Adobe Flash player but Google chrome shows that It already has the same

    Regarding this problem..

    first, you can directly download the supported version "revo-uninstaller"..
    and install your system..
    then
    run the revo-uninstaller in your system..
    it display what are all the application are already installed.
    now..
    you can choose adobe flash player..
    then choose uninstall option..
    it surely uninstall in your system..

    better, you can restart you system,once uninstall process is completed.

    after, you can connect internet in your system.
    then download supported version adobe plash player..
    and install successfully..

    it surely help you..
    thanks..

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    Re: Uninstalled the Adobe Flash player but Google chrome shows that It already has the same

    Hello Friend,

    Its not a big problem,

    1.You have uninstall the flash player in your system,

    2.After this you open the Google chrome and Google chrome showing flash player plug in,

    3.Friend Google chrome auto generated flash player you have not a remove the flash player in the Google chrome,

    4.Only you want in disable flash player in your Google chrome browser,

    5.I hope this information usefull to you,

    Thank you,

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