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Adobe Flash Player Update Security Notice In the past I have accepted Adobe requests to update the Flash Player with no problem. Now I get a security notice that states my "current security settings do not allow this file to be downloaded". I am no sure is this message is coming from Windows or Norton. Anyone else run into this?
IE9 vs. Adobe Flash Player 11 For years, I have use Firefox as my default browser but with all the good things I read about IE9 I decided to give it a try. Almost immediately a problem arose.
When I visited ABCnews and choose to look at this video (Betty White Wanted at the Democratic National Convention | Video - ABC News)...
Browsers & Mail
Adobe Removed 64-bit Linux Flash Beta Since this is a Linux topic, I figured I'd put it here. The title says it all - it's no longer possible to get 64-bit Flash for Linux. I just realized this today after making an Ubuntu VHD. Did anyone else know about this? In all the other 64-bit Flash-related topics, no one seems to make a...
Adobe Flash Player Adobe Flash Player is not supported for playback in a 64-bit browser. However, you can run Flash Player in a 32-bit browser running on a 64-bit operating system.
How can I get a 32-bit browser for my 64-bit Windows 7 Home premium operating system?
Browsers & Mail
Adobe Flash player Hello Everbody I am having problems be able to install Adobe on the computer. I have looked around and tried different things. They say to open IE 32 bit dut it looks like mine is 64 bit in both folder (Program Files Program Filesx86 ) Any suggestions? :(