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I tought and point all the fault on FastCGI Handler and the bad guy in the story is Apache 2.4.4 x86 nor x64 with is default setting under windows. The solution is to add the following to your httpd.conf: AcceptFilter http none AcceptFilter https none Are there's the explanation from Apache http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.4/mod/core.html The default ...
One easy way to query information about a device is hwinfo(8): # hwinfo --help Usage: hwinfo [options] Probe for hardware. --short just a short listing --log logfile write info to logfile --debug level set debuglevel --version show libhd version --dump-db n dump hardware data base, 0: external, 1: internal --hw_item probe ...
I believe I have found resolution to this issue. I just ran into this exact problem and this put me on the right path. Below are the steps I performed to solve the issue and keep the proper licensing. Removed the current license with: slmgr /upk then slmgr /rearm Reboot the system. Enter the proper activation key. Reboot the system. Activation will fail ...
That would be the 32-bit version. Believe it or not, SysWOW64 is where the 32-bit binaries are. WOW64 stands for Windows-on-windows64, i.e. the 32-bit stuff that can on top of the real 64-bit system. C:\windows\system32 is where the 64-bit binaries are, just because that's the age-old path that was always included in everyone's path. I figured this out by ...
For the same reason there's a SysWOW64 version of almost every other Microsoft binary: compatibility with 32bit applications. Maybe no one will ever use it, but as soon as Microsoft stops distributing the 32bit version of the binary, be it calc.exe or ping.exe or Bubbles.scr, someone, somewhere, using some crappy old 32bit app, will complain.
I haven't tried it, but apparently the /passive installation switch might be a workaround with 64bit Ace.
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