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Re: Letting TSVN work on my Vista

From: François Vogel <fvogelnew1_at_free.fr>
Date: Sun, 31 May 2009 17:59:37 +0200

Stefan Küng said on 31/05/2009 13:28:
> If you could install the x64 version of TSVN, then you have an x64 OS.
> The msi won't allow you to install it on a 32-bit OS.

Right. Now I see that Vista says it's 64 bits in its "Computer" /
"Properties" page.

>> I removed the 32 bits
>> TSVN so that only the 64 bits version of TSVN was kept. Result: I
>> still got overlay icons and TSVNcache.exe, but context menu vanished.
>> Reinstalled the 32 bits TSVN, reboot: context menu reappear.
> That should not happen.

Well, believe me or not, starting from an installation with both the
32 bits and 64 bits versions of TSVN, I first removed the 32 bits one
and the context menu disappeared (while overlays were still present).

Then I removed the 64 bits version as well, and reinstalled only the
64 bits version. Now works as expected (everything).

Summing up: It seems I was fooled by my vendor plus Vista itself that
both stated my OS is a 32 bits Vista. This was wrong. Digging in the
OS it says it's Vista x64. So the 64 bits version of TSVN must be used
and works for me. There is a strange interaction with the 32 bits
version of TSVN but I will stop here investigations to understand why
this happens.

Thanks to the TSVN developers who make such a great tool available.
Hats off.



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