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Consider the following scenario. Users install Flash Player 7 or Flash Player 8 on a computer that previously had a version of Flash Player 6 installed on it. The MS06-020 security update was not installed on that version of Flash Player 6. Users then uninstall Flash Player 7 or Flash Player 8. Thereafter, they will be offered the MS06-020 security update every time that they visit the Windows Update or the Microsoft Update sites. If users enable Automatic Updates, they will also be offered the MS06-020 security update through that mechanism.



In these cases, the MS06-020 security update will not install, and users will receive the following error:

The version of Macromedia Flash you have installed does not match the update you are trying to install.

Windows Update, Microsoft Update, and Automatic Updates will continue to offer the MS06-020 security update.



Note This problem does not occur if users install the MS06-020 security update on a system with Flash Player 6 before they install Flash Player 7 or Flash Player 8.



WORKAROUND

There are three methods to work around this problem. Any one of these workarounds will prevent Windows Update, Microsoft Update, and Automatic Updates from offering to install the MS06-020 security update. These workarounds are as follows:Visit the Windows Update or Microsoft Update home pages. Locate the MS06-020 security update in the list of updates that are offered. This update will appear as “Security Update for Macromedia Flash 6 (KB913433).” Click the plus sign next to the update, and then click to select the Don’t show me this update again check box.Locate and delete the following files on your computer:

• Flash.ocx

• Swflash.ocx

Note One or both of these files may be installed on your computer. Typically, these files are installed in the %windir%\system32\Macromed folder.Visit the Adobe Web site, and then install the latest version of Flash Player. The Macromedia Flash Player by Adobe Web site is "http://www.flash.com"



Im Klartext:

Dieser Fix ist nur für installierte FlashPlayer unterhalb der Versionsnummer 6.x. Navigiere nach %windir%\system32\Macromed\Flash und prüfe durch Rechtsklick auf die Datei "Flash.ocx" die installierte Version auf Deinem System.

Alternativ kannst Du auch hier den aktuellen FlashPlayer manuell installieren.



[Posting nachträglich bearbeitet]

Lass Dich beim überprüfen der Dateiversion nicht von der "6" durcheinander bringen. Die Grundversion des FlashPlayer bei Windows XP ist "6.0 r79" Diese Version läßt sich durch den Fix auch aktualisieren.

Solltest Du die aktuellste Version des FlashPlayers manuell installiert haben, dann trägt die Datei die Version "6.0 r84"










Nero Burning Rom... das war gar nicht 7.11.6.0, sondern 64 n.Chr.



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