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I am trying to transfer a .dwg to my TSC2, older controller but still good, the problem is that my version of TGO is looking for a 32bit processor but the processor in my PC is 64bit. I have sidestepped this problem before but cannot remember how. Can anyone help?

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  • Think it depends on what u want to do with the file if u are trying to use it as a staking file u may need to convert it to a .asc or .text file first before u transfer to the tsc2.
  • Hi! Try sharing the disk (memory space) on the TGO as a drive on your PC. As .dwg files are not 32-64bit sensitive just copy the files to the shared drive (TGO).

  • You should be able to copy installation files from your disk to the computer, then right click on setup file and run in compatibility mode for older Windows version. This might help get your software installed. Good luck.

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