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Hi! Experts!

     How can I build any sample driver in the DDK if I use
Visual C 5.0?? What`s up with the ASM files source code??

(by example, building the:  \ddk\base\samples\cvxd32\)


Thanks Again!!

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agreen earned 100 total points
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In the command prompt go to the sample's directory and type nmake (there must be a makefile). When the DDK is correctly installed, you shouldn't get any error messages.
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Thanks agreen. but i have this message erros:


What I Can do?

++ PWB      [C:\LENG\MASM611\BIN] Rebuild all

      NMAKE  /a /f C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\PWB07957.mak all
Loading NMAKE

Microsoft (R) Program Maintenance Utility   Version 1.20
Copyright (c) Microsoft Corp 1988-92. All rights reserved.

      ml /c /Cx /W2 /WX /nologo /Fo..\..\CVXD32\CVXDCTRL.obj ..\..\..\CVXD32\CVXDCTRL.ASM
 Assembling: ..\..\..\CVXD32\CVXDCTRL.ASM
\..\..\CVXD32\vmm.inc(311) : error A2008: syntax error : &
 MacroLoop(16): iteration 1: Macro Called From
  MakeCodeSeg(41): Macro Called From
   ..\..\..\CVXD32\vmm.inc(311): Include File
\..\..\CVXD32\vmm.inc(311) : fatal error A1008: unmatched macro nesting
 MacroLoop(21): iteration 1: Macro Called From
  MakeCodeSeg(41): Macro Called From
   ..\..\..\CVXD32\vmm.inc(311): Include File
NMAKE : fatal error U1077: 'ML' : return code '1'
Stop.

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by:hpyam
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 Thanks agreen But  In the command prompt I go to the sample's directory and type
nmake and  get error messages:  'MAKEFILE'  is up-to-date

I edit the  MASTER.MK file to indicate the paths to the build ... but anything ;(

What`s Up? I need build the sample driver in the DDK ..

Now , What can I do?
Thanks!


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