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I'm having problems with Flash Player. Found out that 64bit IE8 and Flash Player have problems. Went to use the 32 bit version of IE8, but it is no where to be found on my Vista Home Premium 64 bit OS. How can I install the 32 bit version? Can't seem to find any place to download it from. Everytime I try to download IE8, a notice says I already have it loaded, or if I get it to download, when I try to run it, it says it's not a valid win 32 bit app.
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64-bit Windows Vista & Windows 7 have both 64 & 32-bit versions of Internet Explorer built-in.
The 32-bit version of IE is included because you'll obviously need to use it where certain add-ons
(such as Flash) aren't yet available in 64-bit.

In your 'Start' menu you should see two entries for Internet Explorer on a 64-bit OS.
One should say 'Internet Explorer 64-bit' while the 32-bit version simply says 'Internet Explorer'
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