Archive for October, 2011

Adobe Flash Player for Windows

Friday, October 28th, 2011

If you running a 64-bit Windows you may recognize you can use 32- as well 64-bit Internet Explorer. In the past only Adobe Flash Player for 32-bit Windows was available. Just a release candidate of the 64-bit Adobe Flash Player was available. So you needed to install both to get Flash Player support on your browser.

Now Adobe released the final version of a 64-bit Adobe Flash Player.

You need to uninstall all previous Adobe Flash Player versions from your Windows and install only the 64-bit Adobe Flash Player version, which also contains the 32-bit Flash Player version if you use also your 32-bit Internet Explorer on your box.

 

Pixelated, choppy, or distorted Blu-ray replay issue with MS Security Update

Monday, October 3rd, 2011

When you playing newley released Blu-ray Disks from 20th Centrury Fox, this may correlate with the MS11-063 Security Update for Windows 7 64-bit. It could be that also other publishers of Blu-ray disk products can be affected.

Users reporting pixelated, choppy, or distorted replay using a software decoder on Windows 7 64-bit with this security update installed.

[Update]

In regards of PowerDVD the vendor CyberLink published a new patch which closes the issue with BluRay playback of disks from Fox.


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