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Hello, I just upgraded my application to fmod 3.75 and I replaced the files I needed and compiled my program. The program compiles ok, but when I run it I get an error message saying DLL Entry Point (FMOD FUNCTION) not found in fmod.dll

Any idea why? I am using LCC win32 and running winXP. The only 3 files I was using was fmod.h fmodlcc.lib and fmod.dll. I upgraded these and checked for differences in functions and variables and compiled it. It compiles ok, but gives me the error.

Thanks for any help.

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which function? Just make sure you have accounted for any api differences between 3.72 and 3.75. If you are using obsolete functions it should have complained on the header.

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seems you still got some copy of the old fmod.dll?

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it does it with all functions. I tried commenting out certain functions to test, but it just went on down the line of all functions called. The first one it always shows is FSOUND_GetDriverName. Any ideas? I will try to replace all fmod.dll files on my computer.

Thanks

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Well, replacing all the dll’s didn’t work. It gives me no errors when compiling, I don’t know what’s wrong. I am going to build a test app to see what it wrong.

I just compiled a simple test app and it gave me the same errors. Here is the code:

[code:zkkpohg3]
‘Test the fmod engine
$Library "fmodlcc.lib"

Include "fmod.h"

‘init fmod and close it
FSOUND_Init(44100, 32, FSOUND_INIT_GLOBALFOCUS)
FSOUND_Close()
[/code:zkkpohg3]

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still seems you got some copy of the old fmod.dll, somewhere.
check using a task manager wich fmod.dll is really used.

Otherwise, you may provide a download link for a small compiled sample application to test.

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It’s also possible that the DLL has been copied to a windows\system32 or some other such system location, and that it’s using the wrong DLL from there.

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Well, I searched my computer for any fmod.dll and replaced them all. But it does not seem to work.

here is a simple test app w/source in BCX & C

[url:ary5g3k2]http://www.neptunecentury.com/test.zip[/url:ary5g3k2]

thanks

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The imports in your app totally mismatch, any version of fmod;
e.g. you have FSOUND_Init / FSOUND_Close
but should be _FSOUND_Init@12 / _FSOUND_Close@0

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