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hi guys, i downloaded eMbedded Visual C++ 4.0 and when i run setup.exe it asks for a serial number, where can i find it?
thanks

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i thought this was a free software, is not it? it asks for cd product id when i run acmboot.exe

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Did you actually read the page?

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=1DACDB3D-50D1-41B2-A107-FA75AE960856&displaylang=en

Note: Use the following CD key when installing this software: TRT7H-KD36T-FRH8D-6QH8P-VFJHQ

Its right there on it

Its ancient though, You cant use evC with the new (windows mobile 5 and above) SDKs and embedded VB apps wont work at all on these versions.

You really should use Visual Studio (2005 or avbove , must be professional edition) and the .NET compact framework, its the only currently supported way.

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Did you actually read the page?

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=1DACDB3D-50D1-41B2-A107-FA75AE960856&displaylang=en

Its right there on it

Its ancient though, You cant use evC with the new (windows mobile 5 and above) SDKs and embedded VB apps wont work at all on these versions.

You really should use Visual Studio (2005 or avbove , must be professional edition) and the .NET compact framework, its the only currently supported way.

i have a symbol ppt 8800 device, and i read its manual, it says its required development tool is eVC++, i will read more, i fed up with these variety of information for these each individual pocket PCs.

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You really should use Visual Studio (2005 or avbove , must be professional edition)

Actually, the standard version (not express) also comes with mobile device support, so that might save a few bucks.

i have a symbol ppt 8800 device, and i read its manual, it says its required development tool is eVC++,

The manual is probably out of date. The ppt8800 runs some version of windows CE right? VS2008 (2005) supports development for winCE devices

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Symbols can run either the full CE or Windows Mobile.

The SDKs for both can be downloaded for Visual Studio (by default it only supports windows mobile 2003/5)

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i wish i was at your age jbennet, after age of 27 your energy decreases to learn all sort of these new informations... thanks for the answers

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No problem , i only know because ive done it myself (i got visual studio 2008 pro and i wanted to try the windows mobile 6 sdk as i have an ipaq running that and wanted to make a version of IE with tabs)

Just so you know, if you do decide to try the old eVc, i have been told that it doesnt run well on XP, and i dont think it runs at all on vista.

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