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I’ve been using FMOD for years, last update I did was using v3.4. Now I am trying to upgrade to FMOD Ex and I am unable to link properly. I have tried everything I know from using the pragma link directive, adding the library to the project, and adding it to the additional libraries slot in the project linker configuration. Any advice on how to properly link would be greatly appreciated.

Regards,
Paul Leopard

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The WIN32 macro is almost certainly it. I’ve seen this issue crop up on the forums a couple of times now; it may be worthwhile to include this in the platform-specific issues for Windows.

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You shouldn’t need windows.h, perhaps your project was just missing the WIN32 preprocessor define required for fmod.h?

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Yes, I was using that link library.

I got it to work by including <windows.h> prior to the fmod includes … Thanks

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If you’re linking against fmodex_vc.lib that should work. Could you please post the linker error message(s) you are seeing?

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