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Question about x64 support

mabra
2006-12-27
2013-04-23
  • mabra
    mabra
    2006-12-27

    Hi !

    It was a good day to find your project, I am very excited, although, the proggi does not wor for me. I am using "Windows 2003 Server R2, x64 Edition".
    I would like to know, if you know something about the possibility to run it on x64. It's net, so it should not directly be a problem. Has someone tested this and/or do you know, if it generally works? I could send a log;Not one of my CD/DVD drives could be opened. But I was abled to select files and folders and create a ISO image, which was sucessfully verified to be readable by Daemon Tools.

    Additionally, I can offer a bit of help for the x64 world. Normally, all properly coded x86 programs work well in x64, for :net, only if InterOp is used correctly. I am not expert on that [and not the WIN32API guru], but have some experience with it and I am using C# very often. Look into my sourceforge profile, you could send me mail also.

    Best regards,
    Manfred

     
    • Jack Griffin
      Jack Griffin
      2006-12-27

      While the program is dotnet, it uses the interoperability features of dotnet to talk to the windows subsystem and the drivers.  I have some fixes in place that might help under x64 windows.  I will add them into the next release of BWGBURN which is probably a couple of weeks out.  I am re-organizing the burner engine and will be done in a week or so.  Once that is done, I will be very interested in help with x64 support.

      Thanks
      Sjcbulldog

       
    • Jack Griffin
      Jack Griffin
      2007-01-20

      Try this again on your x64 system.  I made some changes that might help.  If it does not work, please send me the log again so I can take a look.

      Thanks
      Sjcbulldog

       
    • mabra
      mabra
      2007-01-20

      Hi!

      Thanks for the update. Sad to say, to problem remains the same. This is displayed:

      20.01.2007 10:22:57 Info Get Disk Information Version 0.7.0
      20.01.2007 10:22:57 Debug-0 Scanning for devices ...
      20.01.2007 10:22:57 Info Operating System: Microsoft Windows NT 5.2.3790 Service Pack 1
      20.01.2007 10:22:57 Info Platform: Win32NT
      20.01.2007 10:22:57 Debug-0 OS Word Size: 64
      20.01.2007 10:22:58 Error IOCTL_SCSI_PASS_THROUGH_DIRECT failed - The parameter is incorrect.
      20.01.2007 10:22:58 Error IOCTL_SCSI_PASS_THROUGH_DIRECT failed - The parameter is incorrect.
      20.01.2007 10:22:58 Error IOCTL_SCSI_PASS_THROUGH_DIRECT failed - Indicates two revision levels are incompatible.
      20.01.2007 10:22:58 Error IOCTL_SCSI_PASS_THROUGH_DIRECT failed - Indicates two revision levels are incompatible.
      20.01.2007 10:22:58 Error IOCTL_SCSI_PASS_THROUGH_DIRECT failed - Indicates two revision levels are incompatible.
      20.01.2007 10:22:58 Debug-0 Found devices ...
      20.01.2007 10:23:15 Debug-0 Scanning for devices ...
      20.01.2007 10:23:15 Info Operating System: Microsoft Windows NT 5.2.3790 Service Pack 1
      20.01.2007 10:23:15 Info Platform: Win32NT
      20.01.2007 10:23:15 Debug-0 OS Word Size: 64
      20.01.2007 10:23:15 Debug-0 Found devices ...

      Additionally, the *.chm file looks empty. I think not, this is the usual [or well-known] problem with this filetype since some security patches....my *.chm are really displayed and the one, I downloaded has no siteinfo datastream attached.

      Best regards,
      Manfred