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can anyone explain to me what this means

DEBUG (13:17:30.0966): create process (w) C:\Bobs Folder\Skyrim Utilties\BOSS v2.1.1 Archive\Skyrim\BOSSlog.html - .\Skyrim\BOSSlog.html (in null) - hooking

DEBUG (13:17:30.0974): process failed to start (193)

DEBUG (13:17:31.0002): findfirstfileex C:\Bobs Folder\Skyrim Utilties\BOSS v2.1.1 Archive\Skyrim: Skyrim (10)

DEBUG (13:17:31.0008): create process (w) C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe - "C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe" C:\Bobs Folder\Skyrim Utilties\BOSS v2.1.1 Archive\Skyrim\BOSSlog.html (in C:\Bobs Folder\Skyrim Utilties\BOSS v2.1.1 Archive) - hooking

ERROR (13:17:31.0044): failed to inject into C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe: failed to access thread context. Please note that Mod Organizer does not support 64bit binaries! (The parameter is incorrect. [87])

DEBUG (13:17:31.0094): hooks removed

----------- LOG END -----------

DEBUG (13:17:31.0152): hooks removed

----------- LOG END -----------

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BOSS is set to open the log file with your default internet browser, which on your system is a 64bit version of Internet Explorer. Mod Organizer cannot hook 64bit processes, so it throws this error. It is harmless, but it may mean you may not see the log upon BOSS run.

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Is there a way to use a 32 bit browser just so I can get rid of the warning. If log you mean the pages with summary, recognized, and so on that page works fine.

 

It will use your default browser so you'd have to switch to a 32 bit one.

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