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Old 17-04-2011
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How to use 64-bit development box
  

Hello everyone, I am facing some problem in installation of ASPNETDB. My development box is 64-bit machine, when I checked it, I found that there are 2 different folders, one is Framework64 and other is Microsoft.net folder. So I am able to get that in which folder I should get Aspnet_ReqSql.exe to run? And one more thing if I am use 64-bit machine to crate SilverLight application, would there bea problem to run the application of 32-bit machine? I am not able to do anything, please help me to get out of this? Thanks a lot in advance!!

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Re: How to use 64-bit development box

Hey, I have read your problem; I have one solution for you. Actually the problem is 64-bit machine. According to me there must be 64-bit version of aspnet_regsql.exe on 64-bit operating system. When you install 32-bit software on 64-bit operating system, it will never ever work for you. Or else convert your OS to 32-bit, because 32-bit machines won?t have any problem with SilverLight Application. There is only 32-bit version of SilverLight plug-in is available in market. So it will be better if you start to work with 32-bit operating system. Try this I think you will solve your problem. All the Best!!!
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Re: How to use 64-bit development box

Hey I have read above all post, and I am feeling very sorry to tell you that I am not completely agreed with above solution. If you don?t want to change your OS from 64-bit to 32-bit, then you can try to install SolverLight5 on machine. I know that when you use 64-bit machine you can?t actually find proper software application for your machine. But as per my knowledge SilverLight 5 doesn?t have any issue with 32-bit or 64-bit, it smoothly run on every system. Try this method if still you don?t find it on your way then you can try above method. All the best!!!
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Re: How to use 64-bit development box

Hey thanks for your replies man, actually after reading above posts, I tried using SilverLight 5, and I am glad to inform you that I found my browsing in 64-bit very enjoyable, even flash is working properly now. I thought that now I am having SilverLight so it will be very for me to stay on 64-bit, but no I was wrong. When I tried 32-bit plug-in on 64-bit browser, it is not running quite good. Still in many cases I found that 64-bit not running 32-bit application. I finally have decided to go with 32-bit OS in my machine and I hope that I will fix my problem now. Thanks a lot to you all for kind support.
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