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Windows 7: Reading and writting to PC SRAM Cards in Windows 64 bit

20 Sep 2011   #1

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Reading and writting to PC SRAM Cards in Windows 64 bit

Hi,
We are using the MCE library to work with the PC SRAM Cards for our desktop application. Currently it will support only the 32 bit machines.We are in the process of upgrading the application to a 64 bit platforms. The PC Card operations are not working on 64 bit machines.

We contacted with the vendor for getting a 64 bit dll. But unfortunately they are not supporting the 64 bit.

Please suggest me a solution for this(Any alternate ways also) or please suggest me how to read and write in to a PC SRAM Cards in windows 64 bit environment


Thanks in Advance,
Nidheesh

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