Hello! I've developed an MFC application with VC++6.0. It still works for Vista32, but when I try to move a file to the recycle bin using SHFileOperation on Vista64 then I get the error code 120(ERROR_CALL_NOT_IMPLEMENTED). I know for Vista I should use IFileOperation, but I'm still using VC++6.0. Is there any way to move files to the recycle bin on Vista64 using VC++6.0?
Wow! This is unawaited A long time ago somebody told me that the PSDKs from 2002 and later don't apply to VC6 any more. Therefore I'm still using the Oct. 2001 version. Does the latest SDK really compile for VC6? Thank you very much for your help!
Therefore I'm still using the Oct. 2001 version. Does the latest SDK really compile for VC6?
No, I do not recommend trying to use the latest Microsoft SDk with VC6, there are several incompatibilities. The Windows Server 2003 PSDK was the last SDK which was guaranteed to be compatiable with VC6. You can download it here:
I'm not really sure how that works.
But I have a thought.
The GetProcessAffinityMask[^] function returns a system affinity mask which represents the processors configured on the system. Perhaps this will give you the answer.
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No, and it shouldn't really be a surprise. When Windows XP was designed (2001, remember!), multi-core processors (the whole idea of multiple independent processing units of one piece of silicon) hadn't been thought of, so Windows XP didn't include support for multi-core.
Adding support may sound easy at first glance, but it cuts across many different parts of the system, so isn't easy to do.
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