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reddevil7nine

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  1. i have a work-around that i used, basically, create a symbolic link to the folder that contains your app in the Program Files directory, like so: 1. create a folder somewhere on your disk. 2. hold down shift on that folder, right-click and select open command window here. 3. type: mklink /D foldernameyoucreate "full path to original folder in quotes" example: i created a folder called x64Fix on my disk to hold all my symbolic links for the apps that aren't working. i created my symbolic link inside of it like so (using photoshop as an example): C:\x64Fix>mklink /D Photoshop "C:\Progr
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