How can I call an x86 application in the
Program Files (x86) folder from the x64 command prompt? The x86 exe functions w/o problems on a x64 Win XP, but how to call it from a command propmt?
>> C:\Program Files (x86)\theExe.exe
>> cd C:\Program Files (x86)\ >> theExe.exe
>> start "C:\Program Files (x86)\theExe.exe"
Neither of the above worked ...
==== Edit : I changed the title, and will state basically an extended question:
It turns out that the problem goes a little further ... If I have to start PDFCreator.exe like the answer below, and like suggested on their web site, It should go like this:
"C:\Program Files (x86)\pdfcreator.exe /IF\"C:\description.ps\" /OF\"C:\description.pdf\""
(considering treating quotation marks as literals, i.e. using the escape character '\'). However, it will refuse to start, stating no such command... Any idea?