Regarding the 64 bit dword

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Hello,
I can find only 32 bit dword
I can't find 64 bit dword
But my pc is 64 bit what shall I do




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Hi,

The DWORD (32-bit) and QWORD (64-bit) values do not depend on your Windows version. You can find any of these values on either a 32-bit or 64-bit system.

It is therefore normal to have a 32-bit value in the registry of your 64-bit computer.
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Thanks for the info HelpiOS, but even after making use of dword (32 bit) I am not able to format my SD card.I have tried out every method on internet ????.Well do you have any different ideas?
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Open Windows Explorer and select This PC or Computer. Next, right-click on your SD card and choose Format.

If this doesn't work, run Command Prompt as admin and type:
  • diskpart
  • list disk
  • select disk 1 (change 1 by the number of your SD card)
  • attributes disk clear readonly
  • clean
  • exit


Once done, format your SD card using Windows Explorer.
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