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After restore system some program error "This verison of this file is not compatible..."

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After I restore my system with Acronish  True Image 2010 on Windows 7 SP1 64bit, some program icons changes and some icons of .exe instalations files are changes and when I click on those icons the error shown  " "This verison of this file is not compatible with the version of Windows you're running. Check your computer's system information to see whether you need an x86 (32-bit) or x64 (64-bit) verion of the program, and then contact the software publisher."

Can I fix that?

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sasa sax, welcome to these User Forums.

It is many years since I have used ATI 2010 though I do still have some Windows 7 systems around.

I cannot think of any reason why you should get the type of error message you are reporting if your system restore was successful and you are able to boot fully into the Windows 7 desktop?  This is assuming that the backup image that you have restored from was a full Disk & Partitions image with no important Windows folders missing.

I would suggest running the Windows SFC /SCANNOW command at an Administrator level Command prompt window to check for any system integrity issues, also running CHKDSK /F against your C: OS drive.

Beyond this suggestion, you may need to do a Repair install of any programs that are giving this error message as it would suggest that some files related to these programs have been damaged or corrupted in some way?