I am attempting to install ibfx.com.au version of mt5 demo. It forces mt5 to be 64 bit installation without asking the user during installation. My system is 32 bit, but it keeps installing 64 bit.
I tried support's recommendation of using /32 switch on command prompt. I did this, and it still installed 32 bit.
Can someone show me step-by-step procedure to force 32 bit installation?
Better yet, can you just allow the user to select this during installation? I think this would be much better.
Ibfx offers NO support. So here I am.