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Windows 7: Latest Version of Adobe Flash Player

04 Nov 2008   #1
Microsoft MVP

64-bit Windows 8.1 Enterprise
Latest Version of Adobe Flash Player

Latest Version of Adobe Flash Player Released

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32-bit & 64-bit BETA Version:
Date Released: August 20th 2014
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Information and Release Notes

Download Adobe Flash Player 15 Beta for Desktops - Adobe Labs

Fixed Issues
- Corrects an issue introduced in Flash Player beta. Videos now play as expected when "Enabled Hardware Acceleration" is unchecked on Mac
- Multiple Stability and Security Fixes
- OpenSSL- Multiple Vulnerabilities - Upgrade to 1.0.1i
- [External] RenderToTexture with RectangleTexture causes Runtime Error and presents black screen
- [External][Stage3D]Indexing vertex constants will result in artifacts in rendered output
- [external][IE protected only] leaves "Save as type" blank in IE11
- [External][Windows Only][Non-Injection]: Firefox Window loses focus every time Flash plugin processes are re-launched
- [External Bug][non injection]Sound. loadPCMFromByteArray produces a sound object with a length of 0
- [External] User encountered FF crash on vista with protect mode on after a long time playing youtube and closing entire FF

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32-bit & 64-bit WHQL Version: (IE) OR (Firefox)
Date Released: August 12th 2014

  • Adobe Flash Player only supports a 32-bit browser in Vista and XP, but supports both a 32-bit and 64-bit browser in Windows 7 and 8.
  • Release notes
  • System Requirements
  • Remember to uncheck the Google Toolbar option if you do not want it installed to.
  • If you have problems installing the Adobe Flash Player, then you might use the uninstaller program to remove the old Adobe Flash Player version and try installing the new version again afterwards.
  • How to uninstall the Adobe Flash Player plug-in and ActiveX control
  • If you use Firefox, then it uses a separate plug-in than Internet Explorer. You will need to select your OS, click Continue, and select "other browsers" to install the separate plug-in for Firefox from this link instead.
  • If you like, you can check your Adobe Flash settings and clear all visited websites list history at this link or from the Flash Player icon in the Windows Control Panel.

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04 Nov 2008   #2

Windows 7 (x64) / Windows Vista (x86)

Most of the plugins are that way. From the sound of it, fully featured 64-bit browsers are still a long ways off.

That's part of the reason you don't see 64-bit versions of Firefox.
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04 Nov 2008   #3


What!!! it doesn't work on 32bit IE8 on 7x64........Oh this could be a show stopper for me.
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04 Nov 2008   #4

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Yes the Flashplayer won't work on IE8 (32 or 64) but works fine in Firefox on Windows 7 - Java won't install properly either but fine in Firefox... all little things that will be sorted in the next installment - roll on Beta in December.
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04 Nov 2008   #5

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

I now have flashplayer working in the 32bit version of IE8 on 64x Windows 7, very happy.....
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04 Nov 2008   #6
Microsoft MVP

64-bit Windows 8.1 Enterprise

Turns out you must use a direct download link instead for now.
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09 Nov 2008   #7


Thanks Shawn
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09 Nov 2008   #8
Microsoft MVP

64-bit Windows 8.1 Enterprise

You're welcome John. That drove me crazy as well.
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14 Jan 2009   #9

Vista Ultimate 32bit & 7 64bit

Flash seems to be working fine for me on 7 Beta x64 using Firefox 32bit
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22 Jan 2009   #10

Windows 7 build 7000

I`m having weird problems with Flash. Flash-player seems to block my firewall unconcious, as it halts my internet completely. The problem is not with my ISP, as my Xbox 360 Live, which uses the same connection via router work normally even if Windows 7 won`t. Also Flash-based applications, mainly EA Download Manager, won`t work.

Now I`ve tried numerous solutions, like running the software in a compatibility mode and as an administrator, installing various drivers and stuff but none of this works. As said, this is really weird as any other internet activity gets through but Windows 7 won`t after trying some flash-apps. Just for the record, I`m running build 7000 64-bit and everything gets through a router. I have fought this problem now for several days, without a resolution and it`s driving me absolutely crazy!
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