W3bbo said:VengenceBot said:*snip*
The option to set an assembly as being processor-specific is buried in the VS UI, it isn't immediately obvious.
You can either change it via a hidden menu on the Solution Configuration window, or open Project Properties > Build > Platform Target > "Any CPU" | x64 | x86.
...though I don't see how running an instance of the WebBrowser control would cause the Default Programs option for IE to change. Something doesn't sound right.
sorry its been a while work weekends night lol..
Well an update to the problem.. I did my own project as I was reverse engineering a sample... and I do have it working now!
Not sure what the problem was or the person did.. So this problem is considered closed..
YEAH im happy