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How To Convert 32bit To 64Bit Help!!!!

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Im Using WinXP 32bit  - My scripts Use  _Readmemory Then Show Text on Gui. After I Complied That Script  with 32Bit  and

All Win32bit OS  WOrked.

But With win74 64bit It SHow Gui Only, It Not Show Text  Of _readMemory Func

I choose X64bit CheckBox When Use Aut2EXE complie - then Open With Win7 64bit , Its Same Show Gui - And Not Show The Text Of ReadMemory Func

Now . How i Can Convert My Script To Work With 64Bit

Im A New -Please Help Me.!

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Please stop with the Bold Print when you post on here.  Bold is meant to emphasize something specific.

 

Looks like you have 3 options.

1.  Compile your script to 32 bit only.

2.  Use 64 bit functions.

3.  Convert this mystery "memory" functions to accept 64bit integers.

Here's the question you should really ask yourself.

Why do I need my executable to be 64bit and NOT 32bit.

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Common sense plays a role in the basics of understanding AutoIt... If you're lacking in that, do us all a favor, and step away from the computer.

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Please stop with the Bold Print when you post on here.  Bold is meant to emphasize something specific.

 

Looks like you have 3 options.

1.  Compile your script to 32 bit only.

2.  Use 64 bit functions.

3.  Convert this mystery "memory" functions to accept 64bit integers.

Here's the question you should really ask yourself.

Why do I need my executable to be 64bit and NOT 32bit.

 

I need Convert To 64bit for My Friend Use .. Their Install Win7 64bit.. while i dont understand about :  how To Play My script on 64bit

Please Tell Me How To Complie My script for Play on win7 64 bit.!

thank You! very much.!

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What are you playing?

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If you could give us some more information what your script does we could be able to provide a solution.


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The first question I would have at this point is:

Have you tried running the 32-bit version of your program on your friend's 64-bit PC? Most 32-bit programs will work without issue in 64-bit environments (unless, that it, they interact with other applications and in the 64-bit environment those applications happen to be 64-bit).

Once this has been confirmed as still not working, the next question I would ask is:

Have you have tried to run it on a 32-bit copy of Windows 7? In other words, it could be an issue with Windows 7 compatibility (UAC is the first that springs to mind, but the list of possibilities is quite extensive!), rather than an architecture issue.

If the answer to the first question is that it still doesn't work, and the answer to the second is that it does work under 32-bit Windows 7 (or, for that matter, even if this doesn't work either), please consider posting your code (at least the _readmemory function and any functions it calls) so that we can walk through the code line-by-line to find where the incompatibility might be.

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