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Have been hunting for a while, but keep coming up trumps. Am getting sick and tired of being limited to a 32-bit browser with the extra load it put on a x64 OS by one lousy plugin that's over-inserted itself into the market, all because the dev (Adobe) can't seem to pull its finger out of you-know-where!!

I do know there is an open-source project Gnash, but again no x64 support.

Just wondering if anyone here has picked up on any other alternatives??

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Try these instructions to get Flash to work on ALL browsers:

http://www.ocmodshop.com/ocmodshop.aspx?a=1201

One thing not clear (and is just too goddamned late at 4am to mess with a reboot) - is this an IE or FF or BOTH solutions? Only ask because Flash has two separate installer, one for either browser.

A BIG cheers though

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You are correct, FF does have its own installed but the principle is the same to ensure it installed ok.

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You are correct, FF does have its own installed but the principle is the same to ensure it installed ok.

Ummmm... have you even tried the method mentioned?? Running Win7 RC1x64 with Flash Player 10 installed.... even trying twice the method does NOT work. Now that have actually had a little sleep, it doesn't even make sense... a x86 plugin will NEVER be compatible with a x64 browser (nor any other x86 plug-in for ANY 64 app), not matter how you elevate the app's installer or update-engine.

Nice thought, but can't see how it would ever work... cheers anyhow.

Any other suggestions??

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