I have tried this 4+ times now and I can’t get it to update/upgrade on Comodo Dragon …
The reason I am trying to upgrade is when I do the right click on the adobe flash window and go to “about” it tells me that the version I am using is 184.108.40.206 and the Adobe site says the current version should be 220.127.116.11 …I went to the actual Adobe site manually (not via one of those pop-up windows that tells me to upgrade) - I download the one ‘for other browsers’ (have also tried to install the one for Chrome since Comodo is Chromium based) - I totally shut down Comodo and then install Adobe Flash Player and then reopen Comodo and lo-and-behold … Adobe Flash Player is STILL in version 18.104.22.168. WHY won’t it update/upgrade? I have cleaned out all the caches, browsers, temp internet files … etc etc… have even tried rebooting the computer and even doing a disk cleanup and disk defrag (out of frustration, if nothing else) … nothing seems to have it show the update/upgrade. This is ridiculous. Am I missing something?
When I go to the “About” for Comodo Dragon, it tells me I am up to date:
Comodo Dragon is up to date.
Please help/advise … I’m at my wits end. :-\ ??? :o :-[ :-\
Do you happen to have an older version of ‘PepperFlash’ in Dragons installation folder, or Chrome installed on your system which maybe outdated?
If yes to either of the above, PepperFlash (PPAPI) could be overriding the standard Flash (NPAPI) plug-in.
Check Dragon’s plug-in’s and expand the details to confirm what versions are installed.
How can this be when I’ve updated this at least 4 times in the last week?? I’m guessing the Adobe updates do nothing for the pepflashplayer.dll file? If not, then how do I update this particular file? In Chrome, it says nothing about it needing to be updated, however that version is vastly different from the Adobe Flash version (which is 22.214.171.124).