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by jwhceh13 / November 3, 2009 10:07 PM PST

I just upgraded to windows 7 64 bit on HP a1730n and now find out that Adobe Flash does not work with Windows 7 64 bit ???

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Werd.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / November 3, 2009 10:51 PM PST
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Here I am typing on my spiffy 7 64 bit machine and it installed just fine. Yes it's the full deal.

"Windows 7 Professional 64 bit"

I'm unsure why people say it doesn't work or install.
Bob

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Anti-virus
by jeff_windows_team / November 6, 2009 1:57 AM PST
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Are you running Kaspersky?

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Adobe Flash Player not working on 64 bit Os.
by falcon211 / November 25, 2009 12:33 PM PST
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You will find that alot of your aps will not work with a 64 BIT system.
You are stuck with running 32BIT OS.Take my word for it.
Falcon211

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Your answers about Adobe Shockwave an Flash Player.
by Tinkatoy4000 / November 22, 2009 12:41 AM PST
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I have Windows 7 64 Bit Operating System and Adobe Flash Player and Shockwave player works online playing games at shockwave.com. When you download and install the games and play them on your desktop that when the trouble begins with shockwave player I don't know about flash player because I tried the prerelease of flash player 10.1 that did not work. Probably have to be a Shockwave player problem. You can play the games on your desktop with out any trouble but that it is not full screen it looks like a letter box format going vertically but you can still play the games. I think they need to come up with an updated version of shockwave player to fix the problem.

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Switch to IE 32 bit version of Internet Explorer
by JimHarn / November 24, 2009 9:37 AM PST
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i Could't get it to run also. But I was running IE 64 bit version which does't support Flash. Try running IE 32 bit version, you should have a choice of both if you are running a 64 bit machine. Good Luck.

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It is compatible
by TaraS_WinTeam / December 5, 2009 1:41 PM PST
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Ran into the same thing
by Steven Haninger / December 6, 2009 4:47 AM PST
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after installing a 64 bit variation of Firefox. When encountering a Flash enabled site and asked to download and install, it was a no-go. Went back to 32 bit FF and it's fixed. Guess we'll need to do without a few 3rd party bells and whistles for now.

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