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I have an .asm file a .c and .mak. How can I make the vxd?
(Using Visual C++ 5.0 and DDK)?
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by:agreen
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.MAK or makefile ???
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.MAK
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.MAK
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Find the path to NMake.exe  Then try typing

Nmake A.mak

where a.mak is the name of your make file.  If that doesn't work, try importing it directly into visual C++.
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