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Hey all. I am using visual studio 2008 for the first time because i have heard very good things about it (plus i had numerous problems with devc++).

Here is a debug.html file that shows an error i am getting while trying to compile my project in visual studio. i am NOT getting compiler errors for my code, but it seems there is something else not right!

hope you guys can help me out with this, thanks a ton.

Compiling...
courseInfo.cpp
driver.cpp
Person.cpp
Student.cpp
Generating Code...
Compiling manifest to resources...
Project : error PRJ0003 : Error spawning 'rc.exe'. ,----this line

There is more info displayed in the .doc file attached ... such as all compiler info.

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Last Post by tones1986
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Did you check these things?

Possible reasons for this error:

* Low system resources. Close some applications to resolve this.
* Insufficient security privileges. Verify that you have sufficient security privileges.
* The executable paths specified in VC++ Directories do not include the path for the tool that you are attempting to run.
* For makefile projects, you are missing a command to run on either Build Command Line or Rebuild Command Line.

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1. i had nothing else open/running
2. how would i check this, i doubt this would be a problem though!
3. mmmmmm not sure what this means?
4. command to run? build command? thats what i used to attempt to compile! ?!

Sorry im a newb to this software, as mentioned, i have used dev and g++ on a unix machine previously... any help in explaining the above would be greatly appreciated!

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To check the second:
Are you logged in as someone with admin-rights? if yes: this is not the problem

the third could be the result of not restarting your pc after install of vs2008 was complete. Did you reboot already?

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ah, that could be it, i had installed it but i had a problem with install, so i rebooted and did a repair install, and havent restarted, ill give that a try.

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