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Use dumpbin to check if a PE file (dll/exe/…) is x64 or x86

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/05/04

Boy I wish I had known this long ago:

You can use DUMPBIN too. Use the /headers or /all flag and its the first file header listed.

dumpbin /headers cv210.dll

‘find’ can make life slightly easier:

dumpbin /headers cv210.dll |find "machine"
        8664 machine (x64)

Mark McDonald


via: c# – How to find if a native DLL file is compiled as x64 or x86? – Stack Overflow [WayBack]

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