Attention, Users with Windows (XP, 7, 8) 64-bit platforms!
2015-04-08 16:08
Due to some users who had problems with HamSphere on 64-bit Windows, I wrote this reply as a clue:

13HS1807 Wrote:
> Hi,
> I can't confirm it on Windows 7 (32). Indeed the
> sound stucks sometimes and there is no function
> possible, but never the whole program and I think
> it's depending on the current server-load. I can
> always close it with the normal function ("Power")
> and restart it.
> Maybe you can try to install it under the 32-bit
> folder and run it in this mode. I'm not sure if it
> is a good idea to run HamSphere in 64-bit mode.

> For explanation: There are two different
> program-folder in 64-bit versions of Windows. 1.
> the "x64" (aka "program" only) and then a "x86"
> folder.
> The x64 is ONLY for real 64-bit Applications! All
> other should be installed in the x86 folder and be
> started from that point.
> Thats very important to keep Windows (and his
> Applications) stable.
> x86 means a special virtual sub-system on x64
> Windows platforms (WOW64) and that gives you e.g.
> a special memory-management. .

Maybe it can help other people as well. :-)

73 and good DX from Jörg :-)
Bochum / Germany
Re: Attention, Users with Windows (XP, 7, 8) 64-bit platforms!
2017-11-27 17:41
We have been here for the way that can allow us to get the screen recorder for windows 10 here.
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