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Code not working on window 8 of c++

Posted on 2013-10-27
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hi
code working fine on window XP but on window 8 not working and project setting character  set==Use Multi-Byte Character Set other then UNICODE
and no compile error  on window 8 please suggest the solution
 
Cstring FolerPath;
Bitmap bmp;

int nLen = FolerPath.GetLength() + 1;
WCHAR* pwsz = new WCHAR [nLen];  
mbstowcs (pwsz,FolerPath,nLen);
CLSID encoderClsid;
GetEncoderClsid(L"image/bmp",&encoderClsid);            
bmp.Save(pwsz,&encoderClsid,NULL);                        
delete pwsz;

error on saving bitmap =win32Error on window 8  at Execution of program and many time exe not execute on window 8  .
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Question by:davinder101
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you probably need to check the return values of the calls above the Bitmap::Save.

I would assume that GetEncoderClsid returns -1 what is an error.

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if i am right you need to install the missing encoder (32-bit) at your windows 8.

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