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"Failed to generate code project..." 64bit Tools

Hello, Can anyone please help me? I have this code generating problem. In the logs I get the following error message!

 UnrealBuildTool Exception: ERROR: NOTE: Please ensure that 64bit Tools are installed with DevStudio - there is usually an option to install these during install

I unistalled everything, then reinstall in order: windows sdk 8.1 - vs2013 - UE4.4

Same problem appears.

What can i do with that? Thx

What I Use:

Windows 8 | Visual Studio 2013 Professional | Windows SDK 8.1 | UnrealEngine 4.4

thank you for your reply!

Steve

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asked Sep 11 '14 at 02:36 PM in Installation & Setup

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Hi,

This is likely a regression caused in 4.4.2. I have posted most details about it here:

https://answers.unrealengine.com/questions/96455/upgraded-to-engine-version-442-64-bit-tools-are-no.html

Please report back if the suggested workaround solves the problem, and sorry again for the trouble.

Steve

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answered Sep 11 '14 at 04:27 PM

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Yes, the enviroment variable solved the problem!

As a workaround, could you try adding the following environment variables to your system and rerunning UE4:

FrameworkDir=xyz FrameworkVersion=1

It shouldn't matter what these are, as long as they contain some value.

thank you!

Steve

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