Re: Intternet Explorer and Internet explorer(64 bits)
"VanguardLH" <V@nguard.LH> wrote in message
> doc wrote:
>> Hi, in my start programs I have IE and IE (64bits). When I click the
>> Internet Explorer the program starts OK. However, if I click Internet
>> Explorer (64bits) it starts and immediately a screen comes on wanting to
>> install "Adobe Flash Player Installer".
> Only because you chose to use a home page for IE that loads a site that
> Flash content. Wouldn't happen if you set the home page to "about:blank".
> Any site you visit where it uses Flash content but where you don't have
> ActiveX control for Flash installed is going to prompt you to load Flash -
> whether you can use it in that web browser or not. Adobe doesn't have an
> control yet for Flash under 64-bit version of IE so you can't visit sites
> that use Flash when using IE 64-bit. Use the 32-bit version of IE where
> can install Adobe's Flash control.
DING DING DING Right answer.
The chosen Homepage has Flash Content that's not supported, and the page is
telling the OP to install Flash ActiveX, which does not exist for 64-bit.