Yes, after I rebooted, the Security Update (KB923789) was not needed! Cool!
> I wrote to MS and they asked me to do a manual install. When I tried it I
> received an error message that the "version of Macromedia Flash you have
> installed does not match the update you are trying to install". I then went
> to add/remove programs and uninstalled Flashplayer which was version 8. Then
> opened IE which asked me to install Flashplayer because it could not render
> the page properly. I proceeded to install the Flashplayer, which took 2
> attempts and I check with the Flashplayer checker which can be located with
> Google to be sure it was installed. Do not forget to reboot after the
> installation and before using the checker.
> I then went to IE and did the windows update. With the new Flashplayer,
> apparently the update is not necessary because it did not appear. Closed case!
> Hope this helps someone.
> "Jerry" wrote:
> > Don't bother - today Adobe posted a new Flash Player - version 220.127.116.11
> > "NamVet" <NamVet@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > news:316E97AB-792C-403A-9BAF-E39AB955F5EE@microsoft.com...
> > > Security Update for Flash Player (KB923789) fails to install. I get an
> > > Error
> > > Code: 0x643. I have tried Update a second time and it still fails. I
> > > upgraded
> > > Flash Player and still got the same error. I opened an SRZ but that
> > > process
> > > could take awhile. Any ideas?