You actually have to blame Microsoft for this; on 64-bit systems:
- 32-bit stuff is installed in the syswow64 folder
- 64-bit stuff is installed in the system32 folder
I haven't read all in your long post, but if you try to run Flash content in a 32-bit browser and a 64-bit browser, you will see that everything works fine. Check http://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/find-version-flash-player.html 1. & 2.
Some additional reading: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WoW64
Thanks for answer!
But what does Zinc Studio happen?
But Zinc Studio runs only Flash Player 32 Bit on C:\Windows\System32\Macromed\Flash\
If Flash Player 32 Bit installs worng directory than Zinc Studio crashes becasue Zinc Studio won't know Subdirectory SysWOW64 for Flash Player 32 Bit in System 64 Bit ( SysWOW64 ) Can you say Peter , Swf2Exe Developer by Multidmedia? If Peter knows sure because Flash Player gets worng Bit Version than you want know because same Flash Applications crash again...
I don't know Zinc Studio, or how it invokes the Flash Player plugin.
A better place to discuss how to use the Flash Player API are the Flash / Flex / ActionScript forums.