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Old 20th February 2019, 16:19   #4
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So you are choosing to ignore Microsoft's advice and set a value you are not really supposed to set instead of fixing your application?

To set a compatibility flag for a 64-bit application you must detect if you are on 64-bit Windows with the macro in x64.nsh and if that is the case you can call "SetRegView 64" to change to the 64-bit registry view.

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