I have old object files built in 2011 and 2013 with DC 9.62 for the RCM3209 that work fine. I suspect they were built using a 32-bit windows 7 machine that is no longer available, nor was it backed up.
The new machine, 64-bit windows 10, also using DC 9.62 and the old source files saved from 2011 and 2013 does not re-create identical object .BIN files that compare byte for byte with the old object files. The new files are larger, and structured differently (as far as the positioning of the readable information inside them goes, that is).
Also, and worse, the new code built today does not run correctly, it stops transmitting and responding to network traffic after one TCP exchange.
I did notice that building on a 32-bit windows 10 machine produces a very similar BIN file. But still not identical to the old original BINs. AND, they still fail in exactly the same way as above.
What could possibly be so different between building these BINs, from the same source code as the saved object files were built, with the same DC 9.62, but just a different OS?