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Hey there,

I am writing a little program to uninstall a scanner driver. I have the program working in 32-bit Windows, but it does not work under 64-bit.

After a bit of reading the API (SetupDiCallClassInstaller) needs to be called from a 64-bit process, so I tried recompiling the program to a 64Bit version and it works.

Ideally I only want to have 1 executable, is there anyway I can do this.

I understand that a 32-bit process can not load a 64-bit DLL. Can I use COM? or something?

I have zero experience with COM :)

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Can you not get hold of a 32-bit version of SetupDiCallClassInstaller?

If you can then you could just compile a single 32-bit app that will work on 32-bit and 64-bit Windows.

 
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Would turning off redirection work?

 Answer: Nope ...

 
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