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When compiling and linking source code downloaded from Creative Labs, for the SoundBlaster 16 card,  I get link errors because of items referenced in "mmsystem.h" (e.g. "waveOut Close"). The linker cannot find the item presumably because of a library file I need.
Does anyone know what the library file is, and where I can get it ?
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You need to link with winmm.lib.  It should be one off the files included with your compiler (assuming it is VC or BC).
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If you have VC, it should be in the VC/LIB dir.  I could send you a copy if you can't find it.
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That did the trick ! Thank you very much.
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