I've downloaded Visual Studio Express 2013 ISO. I have 7-zip tool and I've extracted the ISO's content on my hard drive. But I can't find any setup/autorun file. Does anybody know what file should I launch? Thanks beforehand.

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hi frenz please i installed vmware workstation 6.5.0 so that i could use it to run windowserver 2008 amd64 (ISO) image and it prompting this error(windows cannot open the requierd file D:\source\installa.wim. the file may be corrupt or missing. make sure all files required for installation are available, and restart the installation. error code:0x80070570 ) this error shows after windows loading file section starts up.......and i have tried defragmenting the disk using the gui and the command prompt command chkdsk /r and chdsk/f......and all so restarted the system....and am running the vm on windows 7 enterprise....thanks for the help thanks.

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I created a bootable USB from windows 7 dvd using software WinToFlash. But now i have lost the dvd :( so i need to make iso from bootable USB to safely store windows setup on hdd. Please suggest any way to do so. Thankx

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I have not any idea to create ISO image in Vb.net.How I am starting Code and Which Module I use in Vb.net Environment ? I am finding Google But I am not Getting any Idea. Thanks in advance

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Hi all and thanks in advance for your help ! I have a very simple class called circle and i wanna add the ostream << so i can have the ability in main to write cout<<a<<b<<c; the theme is i'm getting many compile errors in the same row eg iso c++ forbids the declaration of ostream with no type here's the code circle.h #ifndef CIRCLE_H #define CIRCLE_H class Circle { private : float radius; public: Circle(); Circle(float r); float getarea(); float getperimeter(); friend ostream &operator(ostream &mystream,Circle &c); }; #endif circle.cpp #define PI 3.14159 #include "circle.h" using namespace std; Circle::Circle() { …

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Hello, I am new to C++ programming. Till now I have done some toy programs and classroom exercises. I want to develop a Virtual Drive software like PowerISO/Magic ISO. I searched Daniweb but couldn't get a thread where such problem was discussed. So from where should I start to develop such a software and how much time do you 'expert' people think will it take?

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I'm looking for a lightweight audio/video converter that can at least handle an .avi to .iso conversion. I'd like a stand-alone product that doesn't require a full installation (preferable but not a requirement). Anyone have any suggestions? I don't need a feature-rich app just something to handle the above stated issue. Thanks.

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When writing a program that uses separate compilation (I have a header file, a .cpp file that declares all the member functions of the class in thee .h file, and an application file). I used a constructor to pass the contents of a dynamic array to a vector, but it is not passing properly. Here is the constructor: (everything is declared properly, the constructor is a member of the class NumberSet) [CODE]NumberSet::NumberSet(int array1[]) { for (int e=0; e < array_size_horizontal; e++) { v1.push_back(array1[e]); } }[/CODE] The constructor is supposed to be used during the main function, but I can't get …

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OK so I found an old server laying around our company that has win2k3 Standard x86 SP1 OEM channel. After a few days of tinkering and my boss remembering a few old passwords I regained access to the machine. However, we can't find any software or manuals for the machine. It has a valid license which I plan to extract and eventually use on faster hardware but I need the CD that matches the version that is installed. The exact version is: Windows Server 2003 Standard x86 SP1(or SP2) OEM Channel. Please if anyone can help me out I just …

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Hi all, I am having a problem when trying to compile this. from compiler: error: name lookup of 'pixel_number' changed for new ISO 'for' scoping error: obsolete binding at 'pixel_number' I understand that I cannot use the pixel_number variable outside of the for loop, have read so in other posts. However, in this case it is in the for loops, inside of the if statement. Do i need to pass it through a pointer so i do not change the variable? [code=c++] //If file opens, read in data, starting at line 1; if (In_file.is_open()) { for (int pixel_number = 1; …

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Hi, As most of you are IT profs probably some of you have access to ISO norms... I'm looking for one particular definition which should be contained in ISO 8000-102:2009 it is definition of data quality... As I need only that one info for my master thesis I'm not willing for paying of the whole doc especially that it is very expensive relative to my earnings... :( so if you've got access to it please copy and paste that one def...

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Are you a certified function point specialist or play one on TV? Then the Counting Practices Manual version 4.3 might be for you. Unveiled today by the [url=http://www.ifpug.org/]International Function Point Users Group[/url] (better known as IFPUG), the $100 CD contains the latest "body of knowledge used by function point analysts to measure the functional size of applications and projects for benchmarking and estimating world-wide for many domains and business areas," announced the group. The "must-have" publication documents the Counting Practices Manual (CPM), which has been approved as an international standard under ISO/IEC 14143-1 Information Technology-Software Measurement. This revision, which officially …

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The [URL=http://www.iso.org/iso/home.htm]International Organization for Standardization[/URL] today announced that Adobe’s Portable Document Format is now an ISO standard. Well it’s about time! The PDF has only [URL=http://www.adobe.com/pdf/about/history/] been around[/URL] for 15 years! This is great news for all areas of publishing, for Web developers and Web site admins, even operating system makers have reason to rejoice. While Adobe has been a great custodian of its portable format, starting with the introduction of PostScript in 1990, passing the torch to a standards body seems a logical next step toward its long-term preservation, which is chief among the ISO’s stated goals. The OSI …

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The battle between Sony’s Blu-Ray and Toshiba’s HD-DVD has been a drawn out one, with nary a sniff of resolution in sight, and has seen likely to plunge consumers back into a situation similar to the VHS v BetaMax videotape battles of the 1980s. But a recent move by HP seems likely to bring some pressure to bear which could quite well lead to a resolution of the matter. Until now expressing support for the Blu-Ray standard, HP [url=http://today.reuters.co.uk/news/NewsArticle.aspx?type=technologyNews&storyID=2005-10-20T003156Z_01_SCH001815_RTRIDST_0_TECH-MEDIA-HP-DC.XML]have now made it very clear[/url] that unless Sony incorporates Mandatory Managed Copy and iHD into Blu-Ray they’ll switch allegiances! Let’s face …

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