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Oh yes you can run IA 32-bit stuff on a AMD 64-bit platform. However, for this application, you must use a 32-bit version of Java and you must configure the application so that it will use the 32-bit version of Java. Do this:
Download and install a 32-bit version of Java.
Edit C:\WTK2.5.2_01\bin\emulator.vm. In emulator.vm change the java executable to the location of your 32-bit version of java. E.g.
C:\java6_x86\bin\java -Dkvem.home="%KVEM_HOME%" ...
You should then be able to run the WTK 2.5.2 emulator.
By the way, the following link claims that you could also solve the problem by uninstalling WTK, installing 32-bit Java, and then reinstalling WTK. http://peterscorner.co.uk/2010/03/27/sony_ericsson_emulator_problem_on_64bit_windows.html
The problem isn't that you can't run 32-bit "stuff" on a 64 bit machine, but rather that a 64-bit executable cannot load a 32-bit dll. There is no problem with a 32-bit executable loading a 32-bit dll on a AMD 64-bit machine.