One of the ways the problem can be fixed is go to the adobe flash player website and read on some of the ways to fix the problem or u can uninstall it and reinstall it from the adobe flash player website
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For games it is common to need Adobe Flash player installed: goto get.adobe.com/flashplayer/ be sure to clear the notch in the middle area with the advertisement download and let it install.
Some games might need Java: https://java.com/download be sure to know if you have 64-bit machine, then you will need to install both versions, 32 and 64 bit. Do Start - rightclick computer - properties, then somewhere in the middle it says 32 bit or 64 bit operating system. Search at the download site for 64 bit if needed.
I don't think you need to take it anywhere as the problem is due to Adobe not releasing a 64-bit version of Flash so in the mean time you'll have to use the 32-bit version of Flash with the 32-bit version Internet Explorer that comes pre-loaded with the 64-bit version of Windows 7. Adobe has said that a Flash plugin for 64-bit browsers will be available in the next major version after 10.1 (presumably 11). Hope that makes sense but shout if you need further clarification.
If you have a vista 64 bit system in windows, it will not download because it will only download to a 32 bit browser. it will download to a 32 bit browser running on a 64 bit system. this is from the adobe web site. check requirements for download at adobe. been having same problem myself. firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi, What Browser are you using, incidentally? If you're trying to download the latest Flash Player, then maybe the link is detecting your browser... If you are using a 64-bit browser (I have no experience of these, I just think this might be worth a try) then maybe you should try installing Firefox and installing the Adobe Flash Player with that, to make sure you don't get 're-directed' to the 64-bit-message. Try this link instead: http://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer/
This problem is most likely related to a Windows Vista permissions issue. Because Vista has security features to prevent scumbag spammers and spyware from infesting your computer, programs will not automatically install themselves. I have had success by logging into Vista as an administrator, then installing whatever programs I wanted, then logging back in under my normal usage account. Sometimes simply being in the administrator account is not enough, but I hope this gets you in the right direction.