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Windows 7: vb.net exe doesn't run in windows 7 (64bit)


11 Jun 2011   #1

windows 7, 64 bit
 
 
vb.net exe doesn't run in windows 7 (64bit)

hi,

i have developed a project in vb.net with my sql server (odbc driver-3.51)

The configuration has developer system:

Os- Windows XP-Sp 2
Technology: .Net 2008(Ver 3.5)
Backend : MySql3.51
Bit Size : 32 bit Processor


Target Machine(client machine) has,

Os- Windows 7 Home Premium(Original)
Technology: .Net 2008(Ver 3.5)
Backend : MySql3.51
Bit Size : 64bit Processor


i have created vb.net setup in developed system as 32 bit machine. now install the windows 7,64 bit processor machine it has installed successfully, but not execute our project exe file.



the error was show in dialog box,it has two options are follows

i) check online for solution and close this program

ii) Close the program



i selected the first option, it is progressing, then close. No improvement on our exe file.


how to rectify this problem, i mentioned all details in the above, if u have any other information,


i have tried to this suggestion in vb.net windows 7(64 bit). What is the way to solve this problem,



i have following the rules are following,


i) In advanced compile option:

Change Target the system : X64 ,


it isn't run in client machine, but successfully run in developer system.

then


Change the target system : Any CPU

it wasn't run in client machine, but successfully run in developer system.

What's way to solve that problem ? kindly give the idea to me.......

My System SpecsSystem Spec
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