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MSVC++ 6.0 install error spawning CL.exe

Posted on 2001-08-23
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Win 98 / e:
I have Removed , Reboot and reinstalled several times
Any time I try to compile I get the spawn error.
CL.EXE is where it belong  \bin\cl.exe
I have added VCvars32.bat contents to autoexec.bat
still no go.
Any Tips?

Thanks,Mark
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MichaelS earned 50 total points
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Check options of your IDE:
Tools->Options->Directories->Executable files
make sure that path to cl.exe is in there.
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See http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q188/7/20.ASP 

This article describes your problem in detail and also offers a solution for it.
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you got it right, Thanks. You were first!
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