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    MMF2 on 64 bit OS

    Do MMF2 and the created MMF2 application work on 64 bit OS?

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    Re: MMF2 on 64 bit OS

    Hello ASD, both will be always 32bits applications, since ther's always back-compatibility with 32 bits, yes, it works just like in 32bits version. Indeed i'm in a 64bits SO without problems with MMF2. My regards

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    Re: MMF2 on 64 bit OS

    I'm also running a 64-bit OS (Windows 7) with no problems. MMF2 runs fine.

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    Re: MMF2 on 64 bit OS

    Same here (windows 7 64bit), works just fine

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    Re: MMF2 on 64 bit OS

    Ditto. Windows 7 64bit no problems.

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    Re: MMF2 on 64 bit OS

    Windows 7 64Bit here too

    sure is a lot of Win7 64bit in here

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    Re: MMF2 on 64 bit OS

    Ye, i feel like a caveman with xp32

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    Re: MMF2 on 64 bit OS

    Vista Ultimate 64 bit here. Works just fine.

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    Re: MMF2 on 64 bit OS

    Thanks guys, for reports!

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    Re: MMF2 on 64 bit OS

    Quote Originally Posted by SEELE
    Ye, i feel like a caveman with xp32
    LOL same as me.
    Good old XP.

    What is windows 7 like for you guys that have it?

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