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MS Explorer 9 & Adobe Flash Square

Posted on 2011-02-11
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Running the Candidate Release IE9 on Win 7 64 & uninstalled Flash 10 to get the compaitable Adobe Labs Square Beta...IE9 browser crashes when selecting 'download' at the Adobe Labs page...anyone experienced same or has a solution??
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Question by:nutstrangler
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by:nutstrangler
ID: 34871412
To clarify (just checked my bad English!) - after installing IE9 I noticed Adobe Flash 10 wasn't working. Followed known solution to uninstall Ver 10 of Flash and then tried to download Flash "Square" but upon hitting "Download" at Adobe Labs link the browser hangs "doesn't respond". No Norton event noted...???
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by:Jackie Man
ID: 34871731
You can use IE9 32 bit only as there is no 64 bit adobe flash payer plugin.
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by:Jackie Man
ID: 34871843
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by:nutstrangler
ID: 34871940
I went via this http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/flashplayer10/square/ 
...it indicates x64 support for Win 7 & IE9...when going to the download IE9 freezes and the download does not even initiate.
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by:nutstrangler
ID: 34872002
I'm looking at your second suggestion regarding the guide in howtogeek.com now...might have guessed! I need some time, but let me follow that and get back to you...thanks the URL...not resolved yet but it looks like a good pointer.
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by:nutstrangler
ID: 34872200
...no, unfortunately not. If I understand correctly that link asked you to ensure you launched the 64 bit browser from the Win start Menu and then download the activeX & plug-in. I did that...same result...when selecting the Win x64 ActiveX IE9 64 bit grays out doesn't respond. So, still hunting a fix!
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by:Jackie Man
ID: 34872532
Go to event viewer to see what is the error exactly.
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by:nutstrangler
ID: 34872624
Application Crash - Windows Module Installer:-
assemblyIdentity
   version
   MAJOR_VERSION.MINOR_VERSION.BUILD_NUMBER_MAJOR.BUILD_NUMBER_MINOR
c:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe AIR\Versions\1.0\Adobe AIR.dll
c:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe AIR\Versions\1.0\Adobe AIR.dll 3
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
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by:nutstrangler
ID: 34872673
iexplore.exe
   9.0.8080.16413
   4d4ceeab
   msvcrt.dll
   7.0.7600.16385
   4a5bda6f
   c0000005
   0001d3c7
   1198
   01cbc9f1f6e06a0f
   C:\Program Files (x86)\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe
   C:\Windows\syswow64\msvcrt.dll
   d0252418-35f2-11e0-ba02-9444130a7942
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by:nutstrangler
ID: 34876616
I'm a bit concerned about the reference to "Stardock"???

Faulting application name: iexplore.exe. version: 9.0.8080.16413, time stamp: 0x4d4ce896
Faulting module name: WBUND64.dII, version: 7.0.0.0, time stamp: Ox4ad4c5Ob
Exception code: Oxc000000S
Fault offset: 0x00000000000648ad
Faulting process id: 0x554
Faulting application start time: OxOlcbcaSSd6c8e8f4
Faulting application path: C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe
Faulting module path: C:\Program Files (x86)\Stardock\MyColors\WBUND64.dll
Report Íd: 3cc79b51 -3649-11 eO-ba4O-88394b088766
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nutstrangler earned 0 total points
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Ultimately I reverted to IE8 - I couldn't get IE9 in 32 or 64 bit mode to work with Flash Player. Maybe just the software set-up in my environment. Flash Player leapt into IE8 no problem. I'll wait for the full release of IE9 & Adobe Flash final release for that browser. Buyers beware!
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by:nutstrangler
ID: 34904969
It was a retroactive solution!
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