Apple's Safari web browser along with Firefox run as 64-bit applications by default in Mac OS X 10.6. When running in 64-bit mode Safari and Firefox aren't compatible with some versions of the Aspera Connect plug-in as it only works in 32-bit mode. You can run Safari or Firefox in 32-bit mode and then Aspera Connect will be detected by the Connect Server, Faspex Server or Shares Server you are accessing. Below are instructions to run Safari or Firefox in 32-bit mode.
- Click the "Finder" icon on the dock which is generally at the bottom of your screen.
- Select "Applications" at the left side of the window.
- Press and hold the "Control" key on your keyboard and click the "Safari" or "Firefox" icon.
- Select 'Get Info" from the menu that appears.
- Click the "Open in 32-bit Mode" check box.
- Close the Safari or Firefox Info window.
- Quit Safari or Firefox by pressing the "Command" and "Q" keys and then reopen the browser.
Now you can access the server that you are using with Aspera and upload or download.
Read more : http://www.ehow.com/how_5734712_run-safari-32bit.htmlApple's Safari Web browser runs as a 64-bit application by default in Mac OS X 10.6. When running in 64-bit mode, Safari isn't compatible with some older Web browser plug-ins that only work with 32-bit Web browsers. You can run Safari in 32-bit mode if an add-on you use requires 32-bit mode. You can toggle between 64- and 32-bit mode from Safari's info window in the Finder.
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