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Q: To use Flash Player to view Flash content on a 64-bit operating system, you must run a 32-bit browser...this is the message I receive when I try to download flash on my new windows 7....but I have no clue what to do...any ideas?

I am trying to down load adobe flash to use on windows 7 64 bit but Adobe does not support windows 7 64 bit yet so I get the following error message "To use Flash Player to view Flash content on a 64-bit operating system, you must run a 32-bit browser"

Does anybody have the same problem - well all of you that have windows 7 64 bit must have it...so please what did you to solve it?

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Just what the message says - run 32-bit IE8, which is the default option.

There is nothing to gain by running 64-bit IE8 or any other browser.

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In Start - All Programs you will see two shortcuts: Internet Explorer (64-bit) and Internet Explorer. Just use the one marked Internet Explorer.

The 32-bit IE is the version the shortcut on the taskbar launches unless you have modified your shortcuts.

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