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Any image, link, or discussion related to child pornography, child nudity, or other child abuse or exploitation. Details required : characters remaining Cancel Submit 3 people found this reply helpful. Was this reply helpful? Yes No. Sorry this didn’t help. Because – we have our own data-processing engine in 32 and 64 bit form and I need to check out the bit version fully.

In the end, even though I’d read somewhere that they were buggy, I thought I’d try the drivers by downloading bit Access run-time. It installed without a problem and the driver works like a dream with our software. Hopefully I won’t encounter any bugs that aren’t covered by updates. The simplest solution is to create two VMs, one with only bit components and one with only bit components. Yes, the simplest approach is to use a VM to totally isolate the installations.

But that has its disadvantages too. The simple reality is that we can’t mix 32 and 64 bit installations because MS was lazy when it designed Windows and Office installers. MS could have designed both to install 32 and 64 bit applications in totally separate locations.

But they didn’t. During the install, there is supposed to be a message showing which applications are in conflict. Of course sometimes that doesn’t work. Try going into the Programs and Features dialog and locate any Microsoft applications. By default MS install 32 bit, so anything you find will most likely be 32 bit. Yes using a VM allows what appears to be this sort of installation, but it is not a simple solution.

It requires paying money for VM software, either a more expensive version of Windows, ie Pro, or a 3rd party program yes there is freeware, but not for business use.

And you have to buy a separate Windows license to install inside of the VM. And depending on your VM tool, and how it is setup, you may not be able to share information between applications in the native windows and VM. All in all, it would have been better if MS had designed Windows to totally isolate 32 and 64 bit application installations, allowing both types to be installed on the computer at the same time, but they didn’t.

Don’t bother to tell me it’s not possible. I’m thinking a company of the caliber to have its “our own data-processing engine in 32 and 64 bit form” is probably not without any means and will probably have an MSDN subscription or some other way which includes some server OSes and some client OSes, so Hyper-V is included and can be used to setup the VMs I’m suggesting. Choose where you want to search below Search Search the Community. And this is what happened… We’re sorry, Microsoft Office installer encountered a problem because you have these Click-to-Run installer based Office programs installed on your computer.

Microsoft Office Professional Plus – en-us Windows Installer and Click-to-Run editions of Office programs don’t get along for this version, so you can only have one type installed at a time. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question Report abuse.

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