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I'm trying to install cx_Freeze for Windows 64bit and Python 3.3, but when I get to this page in the Windows installer, it can't find my Python and if I type in the directory it's intalled in it can't find it. You can see the snapshot here.

What might the cause of my problem be?

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Have you definitely got the right installer? It needs to match the Python interpreter, so even if you have 64-bit Windows you might need the 32-bit installer if you have 32-bit Python. – Thomas K Apr 16 '13 at 16:11
    
@Thomas K That's it! Thanks very much, I'm new to Stack Overflow but is there some way to give you rep for solving this? – jellyberg Apr 16 '13 at 16:13
    
I've reposted my comment as an answer. If you click the tick by it, the question will show up as solved and I get a few reputation points. – Thomas K Apr 16 '13 at 16:17
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Re-posting as an answer:

Have you definitely got the right installer? It needs to match the Python interpreter, so even if you have 64-bit Windows you might need the 32-bit installer if you have 32-bit Python.

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