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#1 Posted : Thursday, February 19, 2009 5:11:33 AM(UTC)
wdelcomyn

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We are trying to do some testing on Vista 64, before we deploy the operating system to clients in our company. We have several versions of LeadTools Raster Imaging Pro from 12 - 15.

I tried to install 14.5 on my developer machine and got it to install (by going to the setup.exe under the win32 folder), but the sample applications just fail with kernel errors. I see that the first version that supports 64 bit developers is 15, but the bigger question is this: Should the various versions of leadtools run under vista64?

Everything we have up to 14.5 was the com version and the 14.5 version is for .net.

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Ward Delcomyn
 

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#2 Posted : Thursday, February 19, 2009 10:55:21 AM(UTC)

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Hello Ward,

Yes, you should be able to run Leadtools v14.5 on Vista64 as 32-bit applictions.

A problem you may be facing is that the demo projects may have been built with the target CPU being "Any CPU". Prior to 64-bit machines, setting the target CPU to x86 wasn't really necessary because most machines were 32-bit. When you try to run these projects on 64-bit machines though, Windows will look for 64-bit dlls rather than the 32-bit ones its using. It won't be able to find them, and thus an error occurs.

If you trying to run some of our DotNet demos from v14.5, make sure you have at least the .NET v1.1 Framework installed (or v2.0 if you're using those demos), and open the project files as opposed to the pre-compiled demos. Try changing the CPU setting from "Any CPU" to x86, and compile the project.

If you continue facing this issue, can you tell me what demos you're trying to run so I can test this out here?
Walter Bates
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