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How do I tell if the DLL is 32bit or 64bit?

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Just right click on 'my computer/computer' icon and then click on properties, you will find basic info about your computer

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It is very easy to check if a DLL file is 32bit or 64bit. You will only need Notepad++. Download it using the following link:

  • x86: PE L
  • x64: PE d†

Open Notepad++ and load the DLL file, then press CTRL + F and type: PE. As you see in the image below, the file I loaded is 64bit. For a 32bit file you will see an L instead d†.

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