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How to run x32 application in x64 OS ?

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Hi ppl ! I have an x32 application and i want to run it in x64 OS (windows 7).When i double click the reg it is installed normally but in the application (i am talking about smart install maker) when i import the key after the install it put an extra Wow6432node in the registry .

How can i avoid that ?

Thx in advance !!!

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You should not avoid the WOw6432node if you are not forced to, since it part of the Windows-architecture to spearate x64 and x32 apps.


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thx for the reply.

I create installs with smart install maker and then i use auto it for some automations (i did a small code in there that s why i post here).The problem is that the application (smart install maker) is a x32 one.And when the setup is finished the registry is not put in : [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\xxx (the one i want and i import the key) but in : [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Wow6432Node\xxx.And because of this my app is not installed correctly.I hope you understand my problem.

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You mean registry redirection ? I already saw this but couldn t figure out how to use it ... :)

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