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HINSTANCE hInst = ::ShellExecute(NULL, L"open", L"C:\\Documents and Settings\\carlo.pallini\\ABC.exe", L"Hello", NULL, SW_SHOW);

works fine with my ABC.exe app... Roll eyes | :rolleyes:

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