How to install Flash Player in 64-bit Windows 7?

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by awsd, Oct 25, 2009.

  1. awsd

    awsd MDL Novice

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    I couldn't look at Youtube in 64-bit Windows 7. It suggest me to install Adobe Flash player. But I found there isn't Flash player for 64-bit Windows 7. I installed 32bit Flasher player for Vista. Unfortunately, it doesn't work.

    Guys, how do you solve the trouble? Don't tell me to wait until Adobe release new Flash player for 64-bit Windows 7:D

    Life is so boring without Youtube:(
     
  2. twiz

    twiz MDL Senior Member

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  3. bleron

    bleron MDL Novice

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    make sure you are using a 32 bit browserr thats to make sure

    yea and just try the above link too if u havent, and dont do none of that download manager crap u can just download the executable and install.
     
  4. luke

    luke MDL Senior Member

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    yer theres is no flash player for Internet Explorer (64-bit)
     
  5. Deathstryker

    Deathstryker MDL Novice

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    The only way you'll get 64 bit flash is if you use linux and use the test version.

    The Windows version is in the works but seems far off. Adobe didn't list it as one of the features in the upcoming v 10.1 either so it might not be until flash 11. :rolleyes:

    But as others have already said, there is currently no flash for ANY 64 bit browser in Windows.
     
  6. whitehat2009

    whitehat2009 MDL Member

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    It's really not feasible currently to use a 64-bit browser. Nothing is supported! Just go with regular firefox/IE.
     
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  7. awsd

    awsd MDL Novice

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    Thanks guys!:)