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Anybody use process hacker. When I restart my PC I get a pop-up that says, you’re running a 32 bit version on a 64-bit system. What’s weird it never said this before. Anybody know what’s going on? I love this program but they need to update it.

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Yes I run the 64 bit version on 64 bit Windows because in their readme file that comes with the software it says the following:

 

You cannot run the 32-bit version of Process Hacker on a
64-bit system and expect it to work correctly, unlike other programs.

I use the portable version which includes both 32 and 64 versions and just run the 64 bit executable.  I don't use the installer version.

 

https://processhacker.sourceforge.io/downloads.php

 

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58 minutes ago, Kerry4444 said:

a pop-up that says, you’re running a 32 bit version on a 64-bit system.

Have you tried with the Nightly or Stable?

This happen with the portable.zip version or with the installer version?

 

From the information you are giving into this thread, I understand you are running a 32bit version on a 64bit system, have you tried replacing the version with the x64 one?

 

Any particular reason to use a x86 one?

 

Your message is this one:

 

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If you use the portable.zip, once you unzipped it, you will have two folders:

 

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Use the exe into x64 folder, highlighted one.

 

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https://ci.appveyor.com/api/projects/processhacker/processhacker2/artifacts/processhacker-3.0.1424-bin.zip

 

In case nothing helps, feel free to open a issue here:

 

https://github.com/processhacker/processhacker/issues

 

probably someone will reply.

 

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37A22396-C6A1-485B-BE57-405F3EC5C7D2.pngThanks guys, yeah it was the 32-bit installer version. I didn’t know there was a portable 64-bit version. I’ll uninstall the one I got, and install the portable version.

 

Yes that’s the pop-up I was getting.

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