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How does Mozilla (Firefox?) not recognize the Flash Player plugin; is it not listed under plugins (Shockwave Flash)?
Also, if you use Firefox, which is a 32-bit browser, it will use the 32-bit plugin. If you use a 64-bit browser like Waterfox, it will use the 64-bit plugin.
What files do you have in C:\Windows\system32\Macromed\Flash ?
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Yes it is listed under plug-ins.
That URL in Mozilla will not allow me to open up the configuration. Flash does still work though with IE. When I uninstalled Flash and the plug-in, it removed the 64-bit versions but when I went to reinstall, Adobe’s site gave me the option only to install a 64-bit version of the plug-in. As we know, Mozilla is 32-bit.
The file names in the flash folder you requested are:
FlashInstall, FlashUtil64_11_5_502_149_ActiveX, FlashUtil64_11_5_502_149_ActiveX, FlashUtil64_11_5_502_149_Plugin, NPSWF64_11_5_502_149,
The 32-bit plugin is installed in C:\Windows\syswow64\Macromed\Flash.
You’re right, the files are in that folder so why isn’t Mozilla recognizing that they’re there?