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Problem with AxCExpressViewerControl on 64 bit machine

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06-02-2008 08:43 PM
Hi,

I have a VB.Net windows application in which I have used AxCExpressViewerControl. Everything worked fine on 32 bit machine. But I face problem with 64 bit machine. When I use same application that works perfectly on 32 bit, it fails on 64 bit. I have added the AxCExpressViewerControl control at design time on my form. And when I try to run the application it is unable to the load the form also. I have faced this problem only with 64 bit and not on 32 bit. What could be the reason? Why it fails on 64 bit?

Thanks in advance.
*Pete H
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Re: Problem with AxCExpressViewerControl on 64 bit machine

06-04-2008 06:21 AM in reply to: mahepriya
You don't say what version of vb.net you are using; I had the same problem
with vb.net 2008.

The resolution to the problem was to set the project's Properties -
Compile - Advanced Compile Options... - Target CPU: x86




"mahepriya" wrote in message news:5946671@discussion.autodesk.com...
> Hi,
>
> I have a VB.Net windows application in which I have used
> AxCExpressViewerControl. Everything worked fine on 32 bit machine. But I
> face problem with 64 bit machine. When I use same application that works
> perfectly on 32 bit, it fails on 64 bit. I have added the
> AxCExpressViewerControl control at design time on my form. And when I try
> to run the application it is unable to the load the form also. I have
> faced this problem only with 64 bit and not on 32 bit. What could be the
> reason? Why it fails on 64 bit?
>
> Thanks in advance.
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