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LG GRAM model 17Z90P-K.AA78A8 and Supersonic Rage 128 GB USB

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LG GRAM model 17Z90P-K.AA78A8 and Supersonic Rage 128 GB USB

When I install the above mentioned USB into a USB port on my above mentioned LG GRAM with Windows 11 and double click the Start.exe in Windows Explorer I get this message; "This app can't run on your PC. To find a version for your PC, check with the software publisher". However, if I double click on PortableApps.com_Platform_Setup_22.0.1.paf.exe and reinstall the platform all is well until the next time I install the same USB drive and double click the Start.exe. Is there a platform just for Windows 11 or what is the trouble? Also, is there a way to attach a copy of the message as a file? goofus.

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Formatted?

How is the drive formatted? When you plug it in again, does it give any errors? Have you tried reformatting the drive (AFTER backing everything up) as either NTFS or exFAT and then reinstalling?

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LG GRAM model 17Z90P-K.AA78A8 and Supersonic Rage 128 GB USB

I do not get any messages when I plug the USB drive in. It is formatted exFAT. I have reformatted it and reinstalled PortableApps a couple of times. Same message when I click on Start.exe

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Strange

This is strange. Your PC is a standard Intel processor. Start.exe is made for x86 processors in 32-bit mode and will automatically run on Windows 64-bit without issue. I use it on a Windows 11 64-bit machine all the time without issue.

Please try another drive on this same PC and USB port, try another USB port, and try this drive on another Windows 64-bit machine. This should help us narrow down where the issue is.

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