Problems updating adobe flash player firefox
Note: The about:plugins list is generated from data stored in the "pluginreg.dat" file.  To refresh the list, close the browser and delete the "pluginreg.dat" file, located in the profile folder in current Mozilla browsers.To install Flash or to update to the latest version for your operating system, visit the Adobe Flash Player Download Center (see the system requirements and FAQ pages for more information). An uninstaller can be downloaded from to remove Flash from Mac or Windows systems.After downloading, make sure you completely exit your Mozilla browser and close all other Internet applications before you run the uninstaller.Important: There are two Flash players offered for Windows users: the Flash Active X control for Internet Explorer/AOL and the Flash plugin for Firefox/Mozilla/Opera browsers.Each must be installed separately, since the Flash plugin installer does not add the Active X control and vice versa.You can download the full installer for your operating system, without any bundled software, from the Adobe Flash Player Distribution page.
 Note: If the Flash plugin is installed, make sure it is enabled in the Firefox (3.0 and above) or Sea Monkey 2 Add-ons Manager (see above); otherwise, the Flash test will not work and the "Shockwave Flash" plugin entry will not be displayed in the about:plugins list.
  You can also see what version (if any) of the Flash plugin is being detected using about:plugins (see the linked article for details).
If Flash is installed and enabled, the about:plugins list will include an entry similar to the following: Shockwave Flash In Flash versions 11.2 and above, the file name includes the plugin version.
Even though the Flash plugin is also referred to as "Shockwave Flash", it should not be confused with the Shockwave plugin that handles "Shockwave for Director" content.
Note: On Windows, the Flash plugin is detected via plugin scanning.