The error message on your computer is not related to ST-LINK utility - it is caused because the compiler cannot find header files of the STM32CubeF4 embedded software. Either the package is not installed or it is not in the right directory.
Please follow exactly the installation steps (step1 - step7) of the document Getting Started with STM32F469 and install the different components into the recommended directories.
Then everything will compile and link... :-)
Of course, you can choose different directories, but then you need to adapt the makefiles by your own.
The entire Build Environment works well on 32bit and 64bit Windows versions - so that should not be the problem.
So I'm wondering, because your error message you post is:
main.c: fatal error: stm32f469i_discovery.h: No such file or directory
This is a compiler error, that indicates that the STM32CubeF4 software is not found. This has nothing to do with ST_LINK. ST_LINK is used, to download the binary.
Therefore you should ensure first, that the directory structure matches exactly to the screenshot that is given within the referred article.
If you have further problems, please post the exact error message and a screenshot of your STM32 root directory - then we can hopefully solve the issue...
Screenshot of STM32 directory. Sorry for picture quality, my mobile phone camera is not of good quality.
I did as you told to set the ST-LINK_Utility path. But still it showing error when I open devenv.cmd:
ST-LINK_Utility check failed:ST-LINK_Utility not found on path:
"C:\Program Files (x86)\STMicroelectronics\STM32 ST-LINK Utility\ST-LINK Utility".Please install the ST-LINK_Utility or adapt the path in 'Build\devenv.cmd'
On giving make command it gives error:
main.c:38:33: fatal error: stm32469i_discovery.h: No such file or directory
make: *** [obj/main.o] Error 1
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