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hey i need to change my project to 32 bit can someone help me for a link ore explane plis I will not be the first to ask this



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Old 01/11/2012, 15:34   #2
 
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A project is mostly 32 bit standard.


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A project is mostly 32 bit standard.
Projects actually tend to be CPU dependent which means if your processor is 64bit then so is your project. Then that means any 32bit .dlls could very well have compatibility issues.


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Old 01/15/2012, 01:16   #5
 
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Projects actually tend to be CPU dependent which means if your processor is 64bit then so is your project. Then that means any 32bit .dlls could very well have compatibility issues.
Then explain to me, why are my projects always 32 bit, if my pc is 64? It's a clean install of vb, so it should take x64 doesn't it?
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Then explain to me, why are my projects always 32 bit, if my pc is 64? It's a clean install of vb, so it should take x64 doesn't it?
No idea, when using visual studio it defaults to "Any CPU". Must be something to do with your pc, are you running 32bit windows by any chance? lol


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