What is PCH?
Flash Player installer is a universal installer that installs both 32- and 64-bit versions of Flash Player on a 64-bit OS. The client (e.g. web browser) determines which version to use. If a 32-bit browser is in use, then it'll use the 32-bit version of Flash. If a 64-bit browser is in use, it'll use the 64-bit version of Flash.
The 32-bit Control Panel item you are referring to is the Flash Player Local Settings Manager, this is not Flash Player itself, which only works in the browser. This is a universal app that acts on both the 32- and 64-bit versions of Flash that are installed on the system.
What happens when you click on the 32-bit Flash Player item in the Control Panel?
Does it launch from File Explorer > c:\windows\SysWOW64\FlashPlayerApp.exe?
and using chorme I got into a nasty loop with the end saying 'System Error. We're sorry but a serious error has occurred in the system.'
When does this happen? Does it happen when you attempt to view Flash content? Please provide exact steps to reproduce this behaviour. Due to Chrome's security sand-box architecture, the version of Flash Player used by Chrome does not use most of the functionality in the Flash Player Local Settings Manager in the Control Panel. It uses the online Settings Manager located at Adobe - Flash Player : Settings Manager - Global Privacy Settings Panel
I went into control panel and double clicked the flash player icon, and it does nothing, even when i clicked it then times, it would not open up
and the error is when i tried to go into your forum area, when it told me to sign in and the next thing i know i got the error