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[filmscanners] Re: large scanning project


Which one of us should take this issue up with the "powers that be" at
MS?  After all, this seems to be exactly the kind of issue we are
supposed to be empowered to get an answer about, yes? ;-)

Email me.


Laurie Solomon wrote:

> Tony, the question, for which I do not know the answer, are the existing
> ASPI layers 32 bit only, 64 bit only, or neutral with respect to the bit
> architecture.  I suspect that like drivers the currently available ASPI
> layers from Adaptec and Microsoft may be written to 32 bit architectural
> specifications and therefore not usable by 64 bit devices, systems, or
> software.  Moreover, Ed's software may be written to 32 bit
> architectural specifications and not work in 64 bit systems or recognize
> 64 bit hardware if such hardware exists.  (As an aside, I do not think
> that the hardware in the case of peripherals is 32 or 64 bit
> intrinsically but that will depend on the hardware's firmware).

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