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Thread: 64-bit (extended-64) Windows Support

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    Default 64-bit (extended-64) Windows Support

    The migration to 64bit has begun. I'm not talking about crappy itanium-64. Intel and Mircosoft have agreed that the AMD64(extended-64) system will be the new functioning base for windows. 64-bit drivers are in need at the moment, and so far there arent any cd-emulation solutions that work under 64-bit windows. Porting Daemon Tools to a 64-bit enabled version is not difficult.

    http://www.amd.com/us-en/Processors/...0_2252,00.html

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    32-bit apps will still work fine under amd64, plus 32-bit architectures are still MUCH more common.

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    Well, once i buy myself AMD-64 then i will port Daemon to it immediately.;-) And yes, IA-64 architecture is definitely not the 'best' for porting.

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    Default 32-bit support in 64-bit

    Yes, 32-bit apps work fine under Extended-64, but all device drivers must be 64-bit, without exception. Even if theyre for "virtual" hardware.

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    Ok it JUST doesnt work.

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    Default Dosen't work on 64bit windows

    Would be great to have this work with 64bit windows

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    does anyone know when deamontools will work with 64 Bit XP?

    because i need it more than you can imagaine

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    There are many tasks atm, but of course it's planned for a later release

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    when porting in windows 64bit ?

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    which part of:
    but of course it's planned for a later release
    didn't you understand?

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