You won't be able to watch online video content on a Windows 7 64bit PC if you have the wrong version of Adobe Flash installed. Our Helproom Expert explains. - QUESTION I recently purchased an Acer laptop running Windows 7 64bit. I'm unable to play BBC iPlayer programmes on it, however, since the service requires Adobe Flash Player and it's not available for Windows 7 64bit. How can I get around this and use iPlayer to watch video or TV programmes that require Flash player? Phil Reading
HELPROOM ANSWER Adobe Flash Player most certainly is available for Windows 7 64bit, but you must ensure that you download the correct version. Point your browser to get.adobe.com/flashplayer and your OS and browser should be automatically detected.