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Upgrading my application to 64bit

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I have an application developed in Access 2002, I use the XP developer kit to package and send out the program. I have a few clients that have purchased new machines the are 64bit. When my program loads it loads into the program files (x86) directory, and of course my application looks for the database in the program files directory and when I send out updates I use winzip in an exe format and director the unzip to the program files directory. I can fix this problem by directing the client to change the directory to program files when they install the program but was wondering if there is a better way to tell these 64bit machines to install the program into the program files directory and not the program files (x86) directory.
Thanks for any help.
PS what does it take to convert the program to a 64bit version?
Jul 21 '09 #1
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