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    Playing MP3 file from a resource in memory

    Hello, I am trying to acomplish this thematic of playing a MP3 sound file that is a resource in memory. I'm really not interested about
    playing it from a file because that I already did. I was...
  2. Re: Start with making basic driver under Win10 x64 and debug it

    .. so gonna read a lot

    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/drivers/develop/debugging-a-driver...
  3. Start with making basic driver under Win10 x64 and debug it

    Hi, I have Visual Studio 2019, how I can start with driver development for Win10 x64 platform ?
    help? I want to start with a basic example project, are there any ?
    help please?
  4. Re: copy the allocation address of pointer to a byte array ? NEED HELP!

    Hi, I don't want to be disrespectful with you so I come with an answer for you.

    I just wanted to copy the address (4b for me) of some variable into a 4-byte array, and you asked me in what order...
  5. Re: copy the allocation address of pointer to a byte array ? NEED HELP!

    all time I used pointers it was just very basic, using char* int* now I am exploring with this kind of stuff related to memory addresses of some elements in arrays or structures, so I am training a...
  6. Re: copy the allocation address of pointer to a byte array ? NEED HELP!

    hi mates:) thank you so much for your answers.

    This is exactly the program that I want, I mean the results that I want



    #include <Windows.h>
    #include <stdio.h>

    DWORD dwAddress =...
  7. [RESOLVED] copy the allocation address of pointer to a byte array ? NEED HELP!

    Hi, I am an user of MSVC++ and I am programming some small programs under Windows.

    I have an intermediate level at the c++ language so I can come up with some questions..

    For a case in the...
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