Basically, don't do "dumb" things. Don't assume that pointers will fit in
an "int" or a "long" or a "DWORD".
Windows Server 2003 x64. There isn't really a 64-bit version of XP; what
the marketing department calls XP 64 is really Windows Server 2003 x64 with
the name changed in the dialogs. That's why there's no SP3 for XP 64.
Yes. If you use the same driver file names, you don't even need the
You should be able to figure this out. ia64 is for the Itanium chips.
Tim Roberts, XXXX@XXXXX.COM
Providenza & Boekelheide, Inc.