32-bit Studio Instruments registration code does not persist on Standard User Accounts in Windows x64

Last updated on 3/31/2016

When using a 32-bit (x86) Studio Instrument in a Standard User Account on Windows x64, it will be required that you run your host application with elevated privileges.

This is due to 32-bit programs having limited access to critical parts of a 64-bit operating system.

In Windows Vista, to run the program with elevated privileges, right-click on the Studio Instruments' (or the host application's) icon and select "Run as Administrator".

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