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QuestionWhy my 64 architecture exe is not able to read registry? Pin
rahul.kulshreshtha30-May-11 3:51
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I am having a project which is for 32 bit platform.
I am adding 64 bit support also.

32 bit compilation is able to open & read registry while 64 bit compilation is not able to open registry.
I was opening HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT. I guess it might be related to permissions but I could not figure it out.

Even worse 64 bit compilation is not able to load swf while 32 compilation does it successfully.
Any guess why?
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