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I am generally a VB user, but when I have a need for speed, I shift to VC
and if that’s not fast enough, I tweak the assembly language code.
I say this to explain why I have an old version of C (Visual C++ 5) and that I am not a C++ wizard.

So, I was having a little trouble making a sine wave loop work correctly using VB 6.0, and since Brett keeps pushing the streams2 callback method, I thought I would give compiling it to a dll to link to my VB project a try. But, first, let’s just try a Win32 console application.
Whoops!

Deleting intermediate files and output files for project ‘stream2 – Win32 Debug’.
——————–Configuration: stream2 – Win32 Debug——————–
Compiling…
Main.cpp
Linking…
....\api\lib\fmodvc.lib : fatal error LNK1106: invalid file or disk full: cannot seek to 0x40bca54a
Error executing link.exe.

stream2.exe – 1 error(s), 0 warning(s)

Anybody have any ideas? All the paths are OK and the drive is far from full. I verified that the versions of Fmod.h and FModvc.lib were the same. By the way, I am using Windows XP Home.

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This problem has also been observed when using Visual Studio 5, which was running without any Visual Studio service pack applied. When using Visual Studio 5 this error can be caused by an internal bug in Visual Studio. In this instance applying Visual Studio service pack 3 cured the problem.

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Thanks, at least I am not going crazy, or if I am , it’s not too noticable yet.

I actually found a Visual Studio 97 Service Pack 3 on one of my old CDs.
Unfortunately, it killed the existing program, so I guess it’s time for an upgrade.

I have a Beta of visual Studio 2005 Express. Will that work with FMod, assuming that I can figure out what happened to windows.h and what to do about it?

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I think it will work with the beta but it is safer to use a stable version of vstudio :)

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