Driver support under 64bit windows?

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  1. I need your help! It is maybe a compile trouble.
    I am developing a printer driver based on unidrv. Under 64bit windows XP
    with AMD64 processor, i used the "Windows Server 2003 Checked AMD64 Bit Build
    Environment" in IFSDDK2000. and the driver is work properly.
    But now with the Intel 64bit processor, no matter whatever compile
    environment in IFSDDK2000 i use, the driver can't work at all. note, my code
    under both condition is just the same one.(When i print with my printer, it
    will give a tip that tell my printer were not properly installed! and the
    print progress can't continue working.)
    What should i do if my driver want to support the Intel 64bit processor?
    1. Use an Intel 64bit processor supported compile environment??(I am not
    sure if the DDK support the Intel 64bit processor)
    2.Rewrite my driver code? and then what compile environment should i use?
    =?Utf-8?B?UGxzIGhlbHAgbWUsIHRoYW5rcyAmJiBiZXN0IHJl, Jul 26, 2005
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  2. Could someone help me please, it is really emergent issue for me? pls help me
    to deal with it!

    "Pls help me, thanks && best regards" wrote:

    > I need your help! It is maybe a compile trouble.
    > I am developing a printer driver based on unidrv. Under 64bit windows XP
    > with AMD64 processor, i used the "Windows Server 2003 Checked AMD64 Bit Build
    > Environment" in IFSDDK2000. and the driver is work properly.
    > But now with the Intel 64bit processor, no matter whatever compile
    > environment in IFSDDK2000 i use, the driver can't work at all. note, my code
    > under both condition is just the same one.(When i print with my printer, it
    > will give a tip that tell my printer were not properly installed! and the
    > print progress can't continue working.)
    > What should i do if my driver want to support the Intel 64bit processor?
    > 1. Use an Intel 64bit processor supported compile environment??(I am not
    > sure if the DDK support the Intel 64bit processor)
    > 2.Rewrite my driver code? and then what compile environment should i use?
    >
    =?Utf-8?B?TG92ZVl1bg==?=, Jul 26, 2005
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    Pls help me, thanks && best regards wrote:
    > I need your help! It is maybe a compile trouble.
    > I am developing a printer driver based on unidrv. Under 64bit windows XP
    > with AMD64 processor, i used the "Windows Server 2003 Checked AMD64 Bit Build
    > Environment" in IFSDDK2000. and the driver is work properly.
    > But now with the Intel 64bit processor, no matter whatever compile
    > environment in IFSDDK2000 i use, the driver can't work at all. note, my code
    > under both condition is just the same one.(When i print with my printer, it
    > will give a tip that tell my printer were not properly installed! and the
    > print progress can't continue working.)
    > What should i do if my driver want to support the Intel 64bit processor?
    > 1. Use an Intel 64bit processor supported compile environment??(I am not
    > sure if the DDK support the Intel 64bit processor)
    > 2.Rewrite my driver code? and then what compile environment should i use?
    >

    This is not a programmin group for the x64 but platform, so I doubt very
    much you'll get a specific answer to your question. Although there are
    programmer is on this group. You best bet is to research on the micosoft
    developement groups instead. I would point you in the right direction
    but you didn't tell us what language you were using.


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  4. =?Utf-8?B?UGxzIGhlbHAgbWUsIHRoYW5rcyAmJiBiZXN0IHJl

    Ted Guest

    Intel has Developer support telephone, email help and a discussion forum.
    http://www.intel.com/cd/ids/developer/asmo-na/eng/index.htm




    "Pls help me, thanks && best regards" <Pls help me, thanks && best
    > wrote in message
    news:...
    >I need your help! It is maybe a compile trouble.
    > I am developing a printer driver based on unidrv. Under 64bit windows XP
    > with AMD64 processor, i used the "Windows Server 2003 Checked AMD64 Bit
    > Build
    > Environment" in IFSDDK2000. and the driver is work properly.
    > But now with the Intel 64bit processor, no matter whatever compile
    > environment in IFSDDK2000 i use, the driver can't work at all. note, my
    > code
    > under both condition is just the same one.(When i print with my printer,
    > it
    > will give a tip that tell my printer were not properly installed! and the
    > print progress can't continue working.)
    > What should i do if my driver want to support the Intel 64bit processor?
    > 1. Use an Intel 64bit processor supported compile environment??(I am not
    > sure if the DDK support the Intel 64bit processor)
    > 2.Rewrite my driver code? and then what compile environment should i use?
    >
    Ted, Jul 26, 2005
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