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Hi all,
For about a week, I've been having this issue on my Windows 8.1 machine, where I can build a C++ program using Eclipse CDT, Visual Studio 2012 or Code::Blocks 12 & 13, but when I try to open the .exe file in Explorer, nothing happens.
I go to Task Manager, it's not there. Process Hacker 2 shows the application, but I can't terminate it and get the following error after my first attempt: 'Unable to terminate HelloWorld.exe (PID 4016): An attempt was made to access an exiting process.'
When I try to run the program using the debugger of one of said IDE's, I also get nothing. In Code::Blocks, the console window opens up, but nothing prints. Visual Studio debugger just crashes. Eclipse hangs at the 'Launching' window.
I have tried the following (and more probably) so far with no luck:
- Re-building old projects that used to compile and run
- Writing simple HelloWorld programs
- Applying Windows .exe file association registry fix as described here: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/950505
- Trying out different compiler settings on Code::Blocks
- Re-downloading Code::Blocks 13, bundled with TDM-GCC 4.7.1 or 4.8.1
- Temporarily disabling Avast Antivirus
- Rebooting the computer
I should also mention that I haven't had the same issue when building C projects with Eclipse CDT and Code::Blocks.
Please forgive me if I'm not adhering to forum rules or if my post is incoherent. Any help will be greatly appreciated!

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2. When executing my dos program, it closesautomatically. How I can change this ?
3. After linking, i get the error“C:DEV-C++LIBlibmingw32.a(main.o)(.text+0x8e): undefinedreference to `[email protected]'
4. When I launch Dev-C++ i get the message saying“WININET.DLL not found” ?
5. When I compile a file, I get a message saying'could not find <filename> '
6. The EXE files created are huge. What can i doto reduce the size ?
7.Under Windows NT, every time i launch Dev-C++ i get the message“Failed to set data for”
8.When I try to compile I get: ld: cannot open crt2. o: No suchfile or directory. What can i do ?
9.How can i use the OpenGL library and others ?
10. When i compile a file that contains referencesto Windows filename (like <Mydirmyfile.h>), i get a'unrecognized escape sequence' message ?
11. Is there any GUI library or packages availablefor Dev-C++ ?
12. I am having problems using Borland specificfunctions such as clrscr()
13. The toolbars icons are showing incorrectly.
14. It seems i've found a problem/bug that is notspecified here. What should i do ?
15. When attempting to create a setup program, iget the error 'File BinSetup.exe not found'.
16. How to use assembly (ASM) with Dev-C++ ?

1.When I compile my dos program and execute it, Dev-C++ minimizesand then restore in a second but nothing appears ?
When creating a console application, be sure to uncheck “Donot create a console” in Project Options (when working withsource files only uncheck “Create for win32” inCompiler Options).

2.When executing my dos program, it closes automatically. How I canchange this ?
You can use an input function at the end of you source, like thefollowing example :
#include<stdlib.h>
int main()
{
system(
“PAUSE”);
return0;
}


3.After linking, i get the error“C:DEV-C++LIBlibmingw32.a(main.o)(.text+0x8e): undefinedreference to `[email protected]'
You probably haven’t declared any main() function in yourprogram. Otherwise, try recompiling a second time.

4.When I launch Dev-C++ i get the message saying “WININET.DLLnot found” ?
If you are missing WININET.DLL on your Windows system, you candownload it at:
http://www.rocketdownload.com/supfiles.htm

5.When I compile a file, I get a message saying 'could notfind <filename> '
Check in Compiler options if the direcories settings are correct.With a default setup, you should have :
C:DEV-C++Bin
c:DEV-C++Include
c:DEV-C++Include
c:DEV-C++Lib

6.The EXE files created are huge. What can i do to reduce the size?
If you want to reduce your exe file size from 330 Ko to 12 Ko forexample, go to compiler options. Then click on the Linker pageand uncheck 'Generate debug information'. This willremove debugging information (if you want to debug, uncheck it).You can also click on Optimization page and check 'Bestoptimization'.

7.Under Windows NT, every time i launch Dev-C++ i get the message“Failed to set data for”
The is because you are not in Administrator mode, and Dev-C++tries to write to the registry. To get rid of the error message,log on as the Administrator, or uncheck the file associationoptions in Environment options, Misc. Sheet.

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8.when I try to compile I get: ld: cannot open crt2. o: No suchfile or directory. What can i do ?
Go to Compiler options, and check if the Lib directory iscorrectly set to:
C:Dev-C++Lib
(for a default installation).

If this stilldoesn't work, try copying the file Libcrt2.o to your Dev-C++'sBin directory.

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9.How can i use the OpenGL library and others ?
All the libraries that comes with Mingw reside in the Libdirectory. They are all named in the following way: lib*.a
To link a library with your project, just add in Project options,Further option files :
-lopengl32
This is for including the libopengl32.a library. To add any otherlibrary, just follow the same syntax:
Type -l (L in lowercase) plus the base name of the library(filename without 'lib' and the '.a'extension).

10.When i compile a file that contains references to Windowsfilename (like <Mydirmyfile.h>), i get a 'unrecognizedescape sequence' message ?

The Mingw compilerunderstands paths in the Unix style (/mydir/myfile.h). Tryreplacing the in the filename by /

11.Is there any GUI library or packages available for Dev-C++ ?

You can downloadextra packages for Dev-C++ at http://www.bloodshed.net/dev/

12.I am having problems using Borland specific functions such asclrscr()

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Include conio.h toyour source, and add C:Dev-C++Libconio.o to 'FurtherObject Files' in Project Options (where C:Dev-C++ is whereyou installed Dev-C++)

13.The toolbars icons are showing incorrectly.

On some screenresolutions, toolbars icons may show up incorrectly. You shouldtry changing your screen resolution, or disable toolbars from theView menu in Dev-C++

14. It seems i've found a problem/bug thatis not specified here. What should i do ?

First, you shouldtry doing a 'Check for Dev-C++ update' (in Help menu)to know if a new version has come that may correct this problem.If there are no new version or the problem wasn't fixed thenplease send an email describing the bug to : [email protected]

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15.When attempting to create a setup program, i get the error'File BinSetup.exe not found'.T pain effect download vst.

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If you arewilling to use the Setup Creator feature of Dev-C++, you need to download and install thisfile

16.How to use assembly with Dev-C++ ?

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The assembler uses AT&T (notIntel). Here's an example of such a syntax :
// 2 global variables
int AdrIO ;
static char ValIO ;
void MyFunction(.....)
{
__asm('mov %dx,_AdrIO') ; // loading 16 bits register
__asm('mov %al,_ValIO') ; // loading 8 bits register
/*
Don't forget the underscore _ before each global variable names !
*/
__asm('mov %dx,%ax') ; // AX --> DX
}