IBHalliwell

DimmDrive installed into the 32-bit Windows Program Directory (expected 64 bit)

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Hello,

I just purchased and installed DimmDrive (have yet to reboot, as I'm updating Final Fantasy XI).

While installing DimmDrive, I noticed it installed into the x86 Windows Program Directory.  Isn't the x86 directory for 32 bits, while the "Program Directory" without the x86 is for 64 bit applications.

My system is capable of 192GB of RAM (presently at 48GB), which would require a 64 bit (not 32 bit) application.

Did I download the wrong version (32 vs 64 bit)?

Thank you for your help.

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