Forums New posts Search forums. This thread is locked. Unfortunately, Adobe has not released a bit version of their Flash Player yet. If you've been holding your breath for 64 bit Flash for Vista, go ahead and breathe. Adobe needs to step up to the plate and do what they promised.
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Any suggestions would be appreciated. Vista 64 bit was released Jan If you've been holding your breath for 64 bit Flash for Vista, go ahead and breathe.
I don't think so! Even my wife loves you right now Windows Vista x64 runs bit Internet Explorer by Default: Once the wizard completes, Flash Player has been properly installed and will now function properly. Something tells flasg that all is not as the spin team might want you to believe. Worth a look anyway. Cancel Subscribe to feed Question details Product Firefox.
Dinesh, What exactly is the purpose of your post? Now In Vista and Windows 7 buildi use Firefox. Chosen solution Note that Firefox is clash 32 bit application, so you need a 32 bit Flash plugin.
Note that Firefox is a 32 bit application, so you need a 32 bit Flash plugin.
Scroll down and open the Macromed directory. Of course Adobe is working on this, as they've released a bit version of Flash 10 for Linux.
Many THX for this. So again, what is the purpose flas your post? Adobe last updated their promise for a 64 bit Vista press release Oct Is there a way to circumvent this requirement or to switch plqyer a 32 bit browser when I have to access this particular website? And no, you can't play flash files on Internet Explorer 64 because Flash is not bit compatible. Discussions cover Windows installation, driver problems, crashes, upgrading, service packs, and other Windows Vista-related questions.
I have the same question Unfortunately, Adobe has not released a bit version of their Flash Player yet. No, don't hold your breath any longer. You are posting a reply to: Thank you from the bottom of my noobheart. Thanks for marking this as the answer.
I only recently found out that we also have a 64bit version of Media Player, and believe me the sound difference is amazing and the sample rate and bit depth are greatly improved. However, I was told that I need to have Flash Player 8. Any suggestions since it seems that all web pages that you visit say that you need the latest Flash Player to view.
No RUN box appears. Bellerophon Member Vista Pro. Is it to show that flash works under Vista 64?
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They do not have a version that is compatiable.