Visual C++ / Windows 98
I went out yesterday and bought Visual C++, thinking for sure that my P4, 1.6 gig, 256 RAM computer could handle it.....
i sat down at my computer and put the first CD in. after a few seconds to read the CD, my computer comes up with the message
Could not find the file:
and no files are listed. so needless to say i became frustrated. i started looking around online for other things i might need. i finally decided to read the system requirements, thinking it might list something that i didnt have on my computer
suddenly, with the thought that i had just spent $100 on a program that i will never be able to run on my computer without buying a new OS (and its a work computer, i probably wont be able to upgrade without a hassle), i became very depressed.
how can i solve this problem and still have these outcomes:
> I have Visual C++ on my computer
> I dont have to spend much, if any, money
> I have this problem solved by at least tomorrow
> No one I know is found strangled by the end of the day
i am using windows 98, btw
uh oh..... i think i made a mistake
i bought visual C++. net
what is the difference between that and visual C++ 6??
>>> what is the difference between that and visual C++ 6??
>>> Windows NT/2000/XP
Probably for one.
(VC++ 6.0 runs fine on 95/98/NT/2000 - I have had it at some time or another, on all of those).
i looked all over town for 2 days for visual C++... i didnt find VC++.net until the second day. where can i find visual C++ 6, and how much will it cost?
well i can tell you what not to do ....
whatever you do, dont try and download it somewhere like morpheus and use it for learning purposes
Lol, thats just like this thing I read about during the prohibition, it was a grape concentrate in a cube form that read on the side, "Do not put this in 5 gallons of water with yeast and absolutely do not then let it sit in a dark place or fermentation will occur." It basically means if you dont follow the instructions exactly, you will make wine..... awsome marketing!