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    Error D8022

    I've moved the project from drive d to drive c, then I replaced the hard drive with a new one.
    I am getting this now, how do I resolve it?

    Error 1 error D8022: cannot open 'D:\Program Files (x86)\Autodesk\3ds Max 2012\maxsdk\ProjectSettings\AdditionalCompilerOptions64.txt' E:\Jacky\Documents\Visual Studio 2010\Projects\SimExporter\SimExporter\cl SimExporter

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    Re: Error D8022

    From MSDN article Command-Line Error D8022:
    cannot open 'messagefile'
    The given file was not in the current directory or in a directory specified in the PATH environment variable. The message file contains a brief summary of compiler command-line syntax and options.
    Move this file to the current directory or a directory in the current path. If this file cannot be found, run the SETUP program to copy it from the distribution disks.
    Victor Nijegorodov

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    Re: Error D8022

    Okay, Victor, I saw that message before. But I don't know how rectify the problem.
    Thanks
    Jack

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    Re: Error D8022

    Quote Originally Posted by lucky6969b View Post
    Okay, Victor, I saw that message before. But I don't know how rectify the problem.
    I never saw that message, so did not need to fix such a problem.
    However, MSDN recommends you very clear:
    Move this file to the current directory or a directory in the current path. If this file cannot be found, run the SETUP program to copy it from the distribution disks.
    So why don't you try it?
    Victor Nijegorodov

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