To day i got an error message of downloading issue......

By sri
@gamyam (572)
Hyderabad, India
April 13, 2013 12:45am CST
To day i have got an error message while downloading flash player in to my desktop system... The location path is like this :- http://getadobe.com/flashplayer/?no-ab=1 c:\users\1\appdata\local\temp\instal~1.exe The dialogue box shows me a warning like this :- NTVDM.EXE has stopped working "A problem caused the program to stop working correctly. Windows will close the programand notify if a solution is available." At the end of the above message i found a close program button to press. ............... Please explain anybody, why am i getting this problem while installing something from net?.....
5 responses
@Pegasus72 (1901)
14 Apr 13
I have no idea, this is something my husband deals with, he just puts in the error code into the search bar and hopes someone has the answer if he can't figure out it himself.
• Philippines
13 Apr 13
Maybe it is not supported by windows version that you are using, try to search on the internet i sure you can find there answers with same problem with yours.
@natliegleb (5186)
• India
13 Apr 13
that happens because you need to close and also if there is some error,try downloading it again after some time
@pals101 (2011)
• Philippines
13 Apr 13
Try restarting the desktop first. After restart, kindly remove existing flash player. Try again downloading the flash player. I advise to open only the website for downloading the flash player. Try also disabling your antivirus program, maybe its blocking the installation. You can turn it again after the installation.
• India
13 Apr 13
The NTVDM.EXE process in Windows is used to run legacy (16BIT) processes on the now 32BIT or 64BIT machines. I'm assuming here that you use Windows 7 but apart from that its hard to find a solution by assuming other information. Can you provide some more details like OS, architecture etc. so it becomes a little easier to pin point a solution. In the mean time, can you possibly try your download on a Win XP system if that's not what you're using right now. Another assumption I'm making is that you've already tried rebooting your system.