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@OSArch.. wrong?

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MarcusF

I couldn't find anything about this using the Search, so I'm asking.

I have a lable that gets the value of @OSArch, on my machine it states I'm on an X64, but when I run systeminfo at prompt, it says System Type x86 and the processor as x86 Family.

So I'm a bit confused here, who's right?

(On a different box, the script says it's an x86, so it's not static or something like that.)

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UEZ

For me both are x64:

'System Type:               x64-based PC'

OS: Win7 x64 SP1

CPU: Intel® Core i5 CPU M 540 @ 2.53GHz

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