Sorry I took too much time to react. I was busy with other stuff. My compiler seems not to recognize the header file . I get "strsafe.h: No such file or directory" and " 'StringCchPrintf' undeclared (first use this function) " as errors.

www.msdn.microsoft.com Sep 05, 2009 · 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18: WNDCLASSEX wc; ZeroMemory(&wc, sizeof(WNDCLASSEX)); wc.cbSize = sizeof(WNDCLASSEX); wc.style = CS_HREDRAW | CS_VREDRAW Please edit this page! Do you have helpful tips or sample code to share for using this API in managed code? corrections to the existing content? Posted 4/14/08 5:59 AM, 9 messages Hmm, one thing I've found since on the MSDN website is a bit of a cryptic statement regarding this function: "Note that once SetLayeredWindowAttributes has been called for a layered window, subsequent UpdateLayeredWindow calls will fail until the layering style bit is cleared and set again." Would it be possible (not too difficult) to return a list of all libraries the last function call uses? In general, for this kind of function, I would say that getting false positives is OK, as long as that's documented.

Re: Cannot write to device ([87] The parameter is incorrect. on LTO 3 standalone 960 drive I am seeing the same thing on an LTO4 when trying to format a cartridge. I had overridden the tape size - I'm trying another format operation with the "default" tape size.

but it fails and GetLastError() returns 87. Also SetCommTimeouts (handle, &commtimeouts)), GetCommState (handle, &dcb)) fail and GetLastError() returns 87. Does anybody know how to find, how much bytes did I recieve (some another way).

Solved: Greetings from Brazil, my dear friends. I have this issue: I recently installed AutoCAD 2016 on Windows 8.1 x64, and everytime that I open

We are running on a 64-bit system. Output folder: C:\Program Files\TAP-Windows\bin Extract: tapinstall.exe Output folder: C:\Program Files\TAP-Windows\driver Extract: OemVista.inf Extract: tap0901.cat Extract: tap0901.sys Delete file: C: Describes error codes 1300-1699 defined in the WinError.h header file and is intended for developers.