Hi I am developing using C/C++ window application using winapi. I will be using some standard STL containers and some win api functions provided by windows.h. I would like use the app on different windows versions such as windows 7 and 10. The apps will be builded for x86 architecture. Would I be getting any issues if app are run on x64? The apps wont need any permissions to access restricted folders. At the moment I am not getting any issues running on windows 7. I am just thinking about common possible pitfalls.

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Hi, can wamp or xampp server work on zinox 64bit? Where can I get a setup or server version that works for zinox. I need help urgently pls... Thanks in advance.

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Hi Experts, I have asp.net application already published with x86 ( i am not sure but can not working properly on windows server 2008 64 bit with oracle), through googling i found that i need to change application to Specific CPU through VS2005. There is also solution: To explicitly set a platform: (1) open the solution explorer, select solution, right click->Configuration Manager. (2) go to 'Active Solution Platform', click New. (3) in the 'New Solution Platform' dialog that comes up select the new platform say Itanium. Set 'Copy Settings From' to 'Any CPU' which was the default setting in the …

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I'm attempting to fix a friend's laptop, and I definitely need some help on this one. Ran several AV progs which detected a couple of trojans. I'm kicking myself for not recording names. AV progs removed them, but laptop is still having issues. Nearly all the services are disabled and do not offer the option of restarting or changing them. These are services that I KNOW should be running under normal circumstances. Additionally, it does not appear the sound, wireless modem, ethernet controller, or other devices are working, even though the device manager indicates otherwise. I have no internet connectivity …

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I know many assembly languages so my question isn't anything assembly related it's C++ related, I understand what __asm does and I've used it before but where's where I'm hung up on __asm drops down to the assembly level for programming although it's not advisable to use it because it's not cross-platform compatible... How then is C++ compiled? It's got to be compiled to assembly as well, I've been hung up on this for a while. What does the compiler do that I can't do, not use specific processor features and just stick to general commands/opcodes. Help would be appreciated …

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