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I have two programs files x86

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64-bit

could reinstall the OS

I don't know how I have 2 programs files x86 but i do and its messing some programs up how do i fix this

 

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if you are using 64-bit OS that's is by default

 

not every software is 64-bit and 32-bit software is compatible with 64-bit OS.

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32 bit system or 64 bit system, which bit for the OS do you have installed? 

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if you are using 64-bit OS that's is by default

 

not every software is 64-bit and 32-bit software is compatible with 64-bit OS.

your not understanding what im saying i dont have a normal programs folder and there are 2 programs files x86 in the same directory and yes im running a 64-bit OS 

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32 bit system or 64 bit system, which bit for the OS do you have installed? 

64-bit

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64-bit

could reinstall the OS

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could reinstall the OS

I really dont want to do that

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I really dont want to do that

Have you been doing any strange FileIO work lately? That's the only thing that I can think would cause something like this 

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Have you been doing any strange FileIO work lately? That's the only thing that I can think would cause something like this 

When i first installed my OS I went into the regedit and changed the programs files directory to my second drive but thats it

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When i first installed my OS I went into the regedit and changed the programs files directory to my second drive but thats it

That sounds like the problem, so it's a new PC then and did everything before that work fine?

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That sounds like the problem, so it's a new PC then and did everything before that work fine?

Well I did this before I reinstall my OS and it didnt have this problem and after the reinstall it messed up

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strange, idk, maybe someone can help

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strange, idk, maybe someone can help

Ill just reinstall my OS Tomorrow if i can't find anything

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