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Anyone using NT4DDK ?

Posted on 1999-01-13
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Hi,

I'm starting to use the Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 DDK -but:
I can't make it work propperly - it seems that I have to install a Win32 SDK first! (?)
So my question is simple: where do I get this Win32 SDK ????
I've tryed to look for it on www.microsoft.com - but no luck so far.
Please help me!
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Question by:dst
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by:nietod
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It is part of the Microsoft Developer's Network (MSDN) or as part of the various Microsoft Windows development tools, like VC.
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by:jhance
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You DO have to install the SDK before the DDK.  The Win32 SDK is available from the same place you  got your DDK.  Since the DDK is only available with MSDN, you must have it, right?  Sift through the CDROMS and find the SDK CDROM, install it.  Then install the DDK.  Simple...
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by:dst
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Hmm....I can't find it. Isn't it included on the Visual C++ 5.0 or 6.0 CD-ROM ??????
Or can you give me the internet adress for it?
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nil_dib earned 100 total points
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look at
http://microsoft.com/msdownload/platformsdk/sdkall.htm
I believe the SDK is also included in the VC5.0 enterprise edition (!)
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