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  • 1. Drivers for IEEE 1394 Bus host controllers can not be installed
    Device Manager shows, in its Other Devices, IEEE 1394 Bus host controller with exclamation mark on it. I attempted to "Update drivers " with WXP Pro x64 ROM inserted in the CD drive. It failed to detect so I pointed folder name of the driver files in the ROM being AMD64 but still failed. Any idea?
  • 2. Boot folder delete how?
    I am dualbooting XP x64 and Vista. Now when I want to install a new build of Vista, I want to delete everything Vista related. I have formatted the Vista partion, deleted Bootsect.BAK and Boot.BAK and edited boot.ini. When trying to delete the Boot folder, I get the following error message: "Cannot delete bootfix.bin: Access is denied. Make sure the disk is not full or write-protected and that the file is not currently in use." With previous Vista builds it was no problem to delete the Boot folder. This is new to Pre-RC1. I have also done a XP repair with the recovery console and ran fixboot, but it did not help. Nor Safe Mode with the Administrator account. -- Asus P5WDG2 WS Pro (i975X Express) Core 2 Extreme X6800 RAPTOR 2x150 GB RAID 0 (ICH7R) 4GB DDR2 800MHz GeForce 7800GTX (91.47) Samsung 24" Enermax 660W 35A@+12V LAN 100/100
  • 3. opening files within applications
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  • 4. error in schtasks command line
    when trying to schedule a task from the command line using the following schtasks /create /sc WEEKLY /D MON /F /tn Defrag /tr "C:\Windows\System32\cscript.exe //nologo C:\CommonApps\defragDrives.vbs" /st 03:30:00 the following error is reported ERROR: The creation of the scheduled task failed. Reason: The Task Name may not contain the characters: <, >, :, /, \,|. when changing the task name to "/tn defrag" the command works without issue changed taskname to "ABCEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ" the command works changed taskname to "ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ" the command fails Why does putting a "D" in the taskname causes schtasks to fail?
  • 5. NTDLL.DLL
    One of my programs keeps crashing while idle, I've tried reinstalling the software, scaning for spyware/virus and reg problems but none have fixed the problem. The file that is causing the program crash is 'ntdll.dll'. I'm going to try and get them from the installation cd and see if I can replace them. Any ideas?? Thanks, Frank

Hotfixes for a 64-bit system running a 32-bit web application

Postby jm139 » Tue, 03 Jul 2007 21:49:07 GMT

Hello,

I have a Intel 64-bit box that is housing a 32-bit web application.
In order to make the app work correctly we had to switch IIS to run in
32-bit mode, see  http://www.**--****.com/ 
is now that I need to install an "optional" ASP.net hotfix, which
version do i apply?  There are four possibilities:
intl_i386_zip.exe
intl_x64_zip.exe
intl_ia64_zip.exe
intl_i386_zip.exe
Now the options distinguish between the hardware.  Does the x64
option, which is the one that matches my hardware, except to have IIS
running in 64-bit mode?  If i apply it my box which has IIS running in
32-bit mode, will that kill my application?  The box is public right
now, so i do not have the luxury of applying it and observing what
happens.

Thanks!


Re: Hotfixes for a 64-bit system running a 32-bit web application

Postby Charlie Russel - MVP » Tue, 03 Jul 2007 22:28:08 GMT

Install the one for your hardware. (and the ones that aren't for your 
hardware shouldn't install regardless.)

-- 
Charlie.
 http://www.**--****.com/ 







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