x64 processor being picked up as x86 by AMP (Minecraft)

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Ohno2 posted this 25 April 2020

I just bought a brand new machine to run a minecraft server on. It has 16 GB of ram on an x64 Intel Xeon. The system reads itself as x64 but AMP is reading it as x86. I have 64 bit java installed

this is seriously hindering how much of an upgrade this is for my server.

I am on the most recent build of AMP (1.9.8.6)

OS Windows

Platform Microsoft Windows 10 Pro

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Mike posted this 25 April 2020

x64 and x86_64 are the same thing, or rather - x64 is the wrong name. AMP doesn't run on 32 bit systems at all so it's not misdetecting anything.

You do however have multiple Java installations on your machine, because Java is located in Program Files (x86) - make sure you don't have a 32 bit java installation and that only 64 bit Java installs exist on your system.

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