Now what I understand is that if Flash Player is for 32-bit, it should go in to the System32 location. If it is 64-bit, it should go in the SysWOW64 location.
On a 64-bit system, 32-bit FP files go to SysWOW64\Macromed\Flash and 64-bit FP files go to System32\Macromed\Flash.
So I am just asking if that is what is suppose to do, just wondering because I watched where the files go and noticed this. Can someone let me know if that is by design? 32-bit activeX is suppose to go in the SysWOW location? Or do I have some sort of problem? Or it is not a problem?
You installed the debug version of ActiveX Flash Player, which is only in 32-bit. I suggest a clean install: How do I do a clean install of Flash Player?
So if it is a 32-bit ActiveX, then it goes in the SysWOW64 location.
So the Firefox one, it puts the files in both locations. Is that okay then?
If you are on 64-bit Windows 7, you should use the 64-bit installers (that will install both 64-bit & 32-bit Flash Player).
However, the debug player comes only as a 32-bit version - is there any reason that you need the debug player?