I understand that feeling: machine are more responsive in a "rational" way. On and off, my guy tell me, there is ghost in the system, so that's why its not working in the way it should be, and everytime i stepped in, it always either a program logic error, or system environment level error, or tuning.
Whilst human, there is no standard protocal. Each one is a individual of himself/herself. Assimilate is not possible. (i just cant stop laughing sawing this statement)
From time to time, when the mode goes down, i like to sit infront of my machines, they listen. Especially after a day work, at night, before the sun rises.
I installed a new motherboard and HDD. I also installed VS 6 replacing VC++ 5. I then installed Directx 7 like I had done before. My problem is VC++6 won't work with VC 6. The game I have been working on (in VC 5) will not compile with VC 6. It errors out on the call to Directx. I have checked the directories under the options tag and they include the directx directories. Any suggestions???
davesm2 wrote: My problem is VC++6 won't work with VC 6.
I can see how this really messes up your social life.
"We trained hard, but it seemed that every time we were beginning to form up into teams we would be reorganised. I was to learn later in life that we tend to meet any new situation by reorganising: and a wonderful method it can be for creating the illusion of progress, while producing confusion, inefficiency and demoralisation."
Been doing it for about 7 years now. I have a very good life outside of work. Learning to play the piano, woodworking and cycling. Learning to walk away from work at 5:00 is the hard part. Once you get over that battle, it is easy.
Haha! seems you are doing the most flexible project
cost planning? ms-style life always cost nothing!
it just means another ms-like successful story!!
and it will come true only after I finished this one!!!
The solution to your problem is a little-known utility named FORMAT. Run this, passing to it the letter of the drive where your project is located. Answer "Y" to all questions. Your problems will disappear!
The bees will find their honey; The sweetest every time...
I'm a firm believer in "You can't do just one thing." I am a software architect / developer, a musician (classical and electronic), a tech.trance DJ, a pilot (private s.e.l.), and a writer. It keeps me busy and public with great benefits -- I can mix my disciplines into new patterns. Music influences my code harmonically! Code precision influences my airmanship. Writing improves my code readability and poetry brings elegance. Musical performance and social interaction seeds the lot, so "having a life" is a precursor to being a developer, especially an OOP one Life is not a finite state machine, so why should I be?