by default no, why do you need it, what advantages do you have (except of limited memory ;( when running it in 32bit mode )?
You may search for Longbow converter, I can't tell you if that is allowed to be used (Autodesk does not give answers to that) as it modifies some parts of the installation, but there are also reports to be found that sounds like it's working well.
- alfred -
I've an application that doesn't run with Autocad x64. Only in Autocad x32 mode. It's the Bentley InRoads!
I receive a new machine x64 and I need to run this InRoads with Autocad.
You could look into virtual pc options, and running your 32bit 2010 in XP Mode. You would need tio be running at least Win7 Professional rather than Home edition.
You could use also a VMWare with Win Seven 32b or Win XP Pro 32b
and install into your VMWare your ACAD 201X 32b ... then your addon software ...
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