Opening TTKs saved with 64-bit Catalyst on 32-bit Windows
Thread poster: Russell Keeley

Russell Keeley  Identity Verified
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Jan 22, 2014

Hello,

A client of ours has recently sent us some TTKs to translate that have been prepared with a 64-bit version of Catalyst 10. A number of the linguists that we work with have 32-bit versions of Windows installed and are therefore working with 32-bit versions of Catalyst.

When they try to open these files they get a message that says "This TTK contains 64-bit Microsoft .NET Framework assemblies and cannot be opened. You must be using a 64-bit Catalyst build to open this file."

My question is: is there any workaround that would enable someone to work on a TTK such as this without having to upgrade to a 64-bit version of Windows first?

Thanks in advance for any help!

Russell


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64 bit . Net dll need 64 bit . Net Framework Jan 22, 2014

Hi Russell,

Unfortunately, you will need a 64 bit operation system to work with 64 bit .Net files. These files require the 64 bit .Net Framework to be installed so they can be loaded, unpacked and rendered correctly.

Thanks and regards,
Jette


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Thanks Jan 22, 2014

Hi Jette,

I feared as much, but thanks for confirming!

Russell


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