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  1. Re: what is that I have to define to use += or *=?

    Yes, without code tags, the post is always UNCLEAR, it is advisable to always c.learify code snips with code tags to release eyes strain and more

    All the best :)

    -Kim Tu
  2. Thread: Explain me,

    by Kim Tu
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    Explain me,

    I'd like to install Linux, as a second OS, I am afraid after the installation, my current OS goes away. I am using Vista and I'd like to have Fedora by side.

    Thanks

    All the sweetest :)
    -Kim...
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    Computer is dying

    My computer after I tried to play a DVD becomes jerked with blue screen from time to time
    Now it is working fine again but when I play any disk, the blue screen comes again.

    Something is going...
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    Re: Want to read file content memory

    Thank you, either fat or ntfs is fine, I'd like to know where the content is located (from the beginning to the end) once I save a file (.txt) on disk.
    I don't think I need readfile or filestream.
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    Re: dialog box displaying not responding

    Yes, post the worker thread code pieces or you will enjoy yourself the tightest loop I have ever seen

    -Kim Tu
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    Want to read file content memory

    I'd like to read memory location of file content on ntfs and fat, please offer a hint or so for me to move on.

    Thanks,

    Kim Tu :D
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    CreateFile Help KimTu please

    I'd like to get CreateFile handle when I open a volume "C:\\" but I always get -1

    I test this in C++ I get 0xffffffff

    Can someone shed a light on this for me please ?

    Thanks :D

    Kim Tu
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