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  • 1. Network access issue
    Hello, I have a winME (yeah go ahead and roll your eyes) pc on my network, and I previously was sharing a printer through my winXP pro machine. I swapped a new HD in the tray and got my hands on a new copy of x64. Besides not being about to find any SATA378 (EIDE) mode drivers, everything seemed to work ok EXCEPT that the win ME machine can no longer access my shares. I have disabled simple file sharing, and shared my hp printer as normal. When I attempt to access my pc from the ME machine it gives me the old \\server_name\IPC$ and asks for a password. We are NOT in a domain, and they have the same workgroup settings. The IPs are on the same subnet. The ME machine is logging in properly with the correct name and password setup on the x64 box. Coincidentally if i use the administrator pw and username it still doesn't allow me access to even view the shares, and if you use net view you get an error 51. Anyone have any info on this problem? 1. Network share problems with Win ME or 9x. 2. Eide drivers for SATA378. I know they have raid mode drivers but i cannot find EIDE drivers. Promise technology.
  • 2. asus wifi-g pci card on x64
    i have installed the asus wifi g pci card and windows x64 is able to see it. the other computer (xp home)is able to see it and the computers are able to share files but the xp home computer is not able to access the internet.i tried to run the one touch wizard (to make it the access point)on the x64 machine but that software does not see the card as being installed.anybody have any idea's or a work around.
  • 3. Using command line to copy files
    Hello, We have recently migrated many of our websites to a dual AMD Opteron 64 server with Windows 2003 server Standard x64 installed. In the 32-bit environment the websites were running on before, I was able to move the IIS logs to another folder to be processed by a website statistics application (the 32-bit environment was Windows 2003 Server standard). In the 64 bit environment anytime I try to use a command line untility to copy the IIS logs I get access denied, yet I can copy and move the files in Windows Explorer. Any suggestions or ideas would be much appreciated. Thanks, Blair
  • 4. Request for Tips: Intalling Windows x64 on a P4 Prescott
    Hi All, I'm currently attempting to install the Windows Server 2003 x64 Enterprise Edition 180-day evaluation on a computer that has a Pentium 4 Prescott CPU (x86 Family 15 Model 3 Stepping 4 GenuineIntel) The machine is currently running WinXP Pro 32-bit and I created a seperate NTFS partition ready to receive Windows Server 2003 x64. All partitions on the machine are NTFS. I set the machine to boot from the Installation CD and upon booting, I get the error: "Attempting to load an x64 operating system, however this CPU is not compatible with x64 mode. Please install a 32-bit x86 operating system." The Pentium 4 Prescott CPU supports EM64T. Could the problem be the BIOS and if not, what other steps could I take to determine the root of the problem? Any insight is much appreciated. Best regards, Matoos

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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