I'm running PH2 64 on some win7 64-bit and a little unhappy how ph2 handles 'attaching' a debugger to some process.
How to do this? Right click on some process and select 'Debug' from the popup-menu.
The thing is that ph2 only uses the 64-bit setting for call the debugger.
Of course if the debugging targets is also a 64-bit process that's perfect,
however if the targets process is 32-bit, running a 64-bit debugger is kinda useless / wrong and will always fail.
A 64-bit debugger can't attach to a 32-bit Process.
(I'm using x64dbgthat has 2 debuggers, one for 32-bit and one for 64-bit. Both attach handler setting are made correctly)
->So can ya make Ph2 64-bit get the 32-bit and 64-bit debugger attach string from the registry and:
if the Process is 32-bit -> Call the 32-bit debugger and
if the Process is 64-bit -> Call the 64-bit debugger.