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If you have a hex editor program such as HxD, just open your file with it and shortly after the standard header intro stuff (like "This program cannot be run in DOS mode...") you will see either

"PE..L" (hex code: 504500004C) = 32 bit


"PE..d†" (hex code: 504500006486) = 64 bit

It's in the lower left hand side in the picture above which is where it usually is.




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It doesn´t always tell if the process is 64bit or 32bit, but thanks for that definite way.



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No problem! By the way, what OS do you usually use? I can't really find any programs that run on 64bit OS for making trainers.

I found a program called "Game Trainer Studio v2.0" and it's a pretty good program for building a form for your trainer, but sadly it only works on 32bit OS.

Are you going to program your trainers in Java or ASM? I have a VB.NET to Java converter. I'll try converting the code that I use to Java and post it in a thread so everyone can use it (if the conversion works).


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Java or VB using a trainer maker :/



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You could just check your OS and see if its x64 or 32


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