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4enzic 11-01-2010 10:38 PM

Adobe Flash Player
 
I'm having some compatibility problems involving Adobe Flash Player 9. Apparently Windows 7, flash player, and 64 bit vs 32 bit are the key players in the problem. For whatever reason Adobe Flash Player isn't fully compatible with a machine running 64 bit software. I place the blame on no particular company. I certainly can't blame Adobe if websites like Youtube don't encode their flash videos into a format that works with Windows 7. I've read several different blurbs regarding how to resolve the issue but still have no straight forward solution. When ever I play a flv file either from the internet or from my hard drive it crashes my entire system. One solution offered was to roll back my ie and Mozilla to earlier versions. I don't know how this will change how the flv's act on my hard drive though. Does anyone know more about this problem and how to fix it?

Jason 11-02-2010 07:30 PM

I have had no issues running flash on Windows 7 64 or 32 bit systems with Firefox or IE. I would suggest uninstalling the plugin entirely and possibly the browser and try re-installing and then updating all of the components. I suspect there is another program causing the conflict, you may want to run a scan with the freeware program Malwarebytes.

Valerie9 04-11-2011 03:02 PM

To be honest I have win7 and i use Firefox when I first launched Firefox it updated and provided to install Adobe flash player I just followed the link and it was ok.

Frank 08-05-2011 03:05 PM

4enzic - did you figure it out?

Shyamsundar 03-09-2012 06:59 AM

Flash works fine on Windows 7(32 bit systems). So for I didnt find any trouble:o

Eathelin 10-01-2012 10:42 AM

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Adobe flash player is capable of creating flash objects. It let's you to play flash content on your web browser like videos of youtube,games of facebook etc. It is so versitile program that nowadays almost every website uses it.

AlacratStore 10-05-2012 08:29 AM

My Adobe Flash Player stops working and when I go to install it again, it says I already have it installed.I once upgraded my internet explorer browser and that seemed to help for a few months, but the problem must be something else because now it happens all the time.Any help.

SepmaAshey 11-06-2012 12:57 PM

Adobe flash player is so versitile program that nowadays almost every website uses it.

Jason 11-06-2012 03:42 PM

The problem with flash player is that it uses an inordinate amount of memory and is very buggy. After investigating the problem most users are reporting the need to rollback the version of flash being used in order to avoid issues.

In general Adobe flash is crap.

sugerland 02-01-2013 09:51 PM

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All time you have to use the latest version of adobe flash player. When a new version of adobe flash player has release then the browser of your computer ask for update it. Then you have to click the yes button to accept it. Then the problem will be solved . :)


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