Undoubtedly, many users of modern "operatsionok» Windows versions XP, Vista, 7, 8 and 10 when running a particular application faced with a situation where the system itself writes "Not a valid Win32 application so-and-so."The causes of such a message could be enough, however, and you can fix the problem by using elementary methods.
What is Win32?
To begin, consider the occurrence of error associated with the launch of a program when a message appears informing the user that it is not an application Win32.What, you ask?First of all, do not panic.There is nothing supernatural about it.
Just Windows system with its standard 32-bit architecture or does not recognize or support the installation file from the distribution (Setup), or run the executable file of the program (.exe), or dynamic link library (.dll), oreven installed driver "iron" of the device or a virtual component.
The concept Win32, how can probably already clear, refers specifically to 32-bit architecture, which is why even between operating systems in this category may not function correctly.
Why do I get a message that the file is not an application Win32?
The most common situation when errors of this kind can be called incompatible files created by other operating systems such as Linux or Mac OS X. It is clear in fact that executables or associated components are of a completely different structure, not to mention the expansion, whichWindows registry is not registered.That is why the system with the message: "Error: not a valid Win32 application such a component or program."Take the same image file.
extended type .nrg, .iso, .cue, and so on. D. Windows OS will recognize without any problems.It is necessary to define the opening of the same file with the extension .dmg, the system begins to "swear."This is understandable, because such an extension is provided for systems Mac OS X.
Besides these situations, you can find more and compatibility problems themselves "operatsionok" Windows family in different versions and builds.Why
application is not a Win32-program in the different operating systems Windows?
Previously, Microsoft has specialized exclusively on 32-bit systems, with the advent of new generation processors and Windows 7, support 64-bit architecture, the situation has changed.
Among other things, it is worth to take into account changes in the FAT32 file system to NTFS (NTFS5), and Windows 8, and 10 - on ReFS.Probably do not need to explain that applications designed to run in a particular environment (in this case - the file system is 64 bits and the architecture of NTFS or ReFS), 32-bit systems will not work, as well as the file system FAT32 (which is practicallyis very similar).
developers of new versions "of operating systems» Windows went on the one-sided way.They left support for FAT32 and applications 32-bit architecture in the new versions of the OS, but it excluded the compatibility of 64-bit applications and file systems with older standards.
Now try more to understand why there is an error message stating that a certain component of the application is not Win32.What can I do to correct the error and generally how to deal with it?
damaged archives or installation package
One of the reasons, besides the above-mentioned aspects of the incompatibility of systems is the damage to the installation file or a file that is not uncommon.Archive, for example, can be, so to speak, underutilized, it may be a specific password, and so on. D.
In this case, there is a universal and the most simple solution, the system displays a message that a certain file or program modulenot an application Win32.What to do in such a situation?Everything is very simple.You just have to try to re-download the file, or the file and start the installation process and unpacking again.
Sometimes the above method helps, sometimes not.If the problem still remains, you can use the universal and the most effective means, which few people know.Oddly enough, but one of the most trivial methods fix this problem is to download from the Internet specialized registry file Win32.reg.After its launch the system asks the user for permission to add information to the registry.You just have to agree to the changes, and then restart the computer.
In some cases the error may be due to the presence of an older version of MS Framework.As is clear, in this situation, you just need to update to the latest version of the platform.If problems arise with the use of this platform, you must go to the program settings, and change the value of Any CPU (any processor) on the x86 (it's just the same 32-bit version).
In those situations where not perceived "native" device driver, it makes sense to find an updated version, with the proper architecture of the "OSes".Naturally, the driver in the x86 64-bit system can be set, but on the contrary has not received any.In general, it is better not to experiment, and install x64 systems in a similar version immediately.This would avoid the many problems in the future.
Conclusion From the above it can be seen that an error is encountered such a plan very often.Well, let's say, a component (module) is not an application Win32.What we have considered above.Basically, it is the most simple and effective ways.Of course, you can still climb to the registry, but inexperienced users this is not recommended.Moreover, the process of manual adjustment keys - it quite seriously, and takes a lot of time.
Among other things, should also be noted that the registration and download of file system registry may not always help.Indeed, it is clear that the system configuration guess practically impossible.In this case, it is best to check the integrity of the files themselves and compatible platforms such as Microsoft Framework, additional components based on Java, and so on. D. Developers, by the way, may still have problems with the compatibility of platforms such as SDK for software developers.In general, you can find a solution.As they say, it would wish.