At this moment we have a small MSVC c++ win application. When this application is compiled for x86 works fine but does not work under x64. If we compile it for x64 it will work fine under x64 win but not under x86. The idea is tunning the sorce code to make it work in both OS systems (x64 and x86) with 1 stand alone executable, only 1 x86 compilation.
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Vista > Win x86 Win x64