I have two computers, a 2004-vintage desktop running Windows XP SP3, and a new laptop running Windows 8. On the old desktop I have long had Aida32 installed. Am I correct in thinking that Aida32 will not work (at least not correctly) on a Win 8 machine, and that I therefore need Aida64 for the laptop?
On the old desktop I have also long had WhoCrashed installed. It is a crash dump analyzer and I've found it very useful (that machine occasionally crashes, due to a somewhat obsolete video driver). The latest upgrade of WhoCrashed failed to install, however. I have downloaded the installation file several times and the install always crashes with the same error messages. It seems that it's not WhoCrashed itself, but a Microsoft .dll on which it depends, that is causing the problem - if I understand the error messages correctly. I could re-create those error messages if it would be useful (it's now several weeks since I looked at that problem). Suggestions?
Thanks for enlightenment,