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Oct 30, 2014 at 6:31am UTC Little Bobby Tables (1079) is your operating system 64 bit? Guilherme is using MSVC 2010 in Visual Studio 2010 which is a binary mismatch. Do you know whether something went wrong with either the compiler or visual studio during installation? search your computer for kernel32.lib. this content

Originally Posted by dmh2000 looks to me like your visual studio is not installed properly. I don't think Qt has anything to do with this. You can also select a location from the following list: Americas Canada (English) United States (English) Europe Belgium (English) Denmark (English) Deutschland (Deutsch) España (Español) Finland (English) France (Français) Ireland (English) node-inspector/node-inspector#499 javascriptHustler commented Jan 29, 2015 Flexed the Google Muscles and found this.

Check other disks to see if it is somewhere else. Last edited on Oct 30, 2014 at 8:20am UTC Oct 30, 2014 at 8:53am UTC alterecho (8) Yes, its VS2013. That's useful.

  1. Is there any patch available by which this problem can be fixed or any other way to overcome this problem?
  2. Did you install something that may have affected the compiler's installation?
  3. According to the suggestion: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Now in Visual Studio, select Tools > Options > Intel Fortran > Compilers.
  4. Some links suggested rebooting the server, some talked about low system memory, some said remove the latest SDK v6.1, and some also suggested to reinstall Visual Studio.
  5. were all automatically determined after I install the program (and I do not know how to configure the kernel32.lib path - that would be interesting, and would maybe solve my problem).
  6. Last edited on Oct 30, 2014 at 8:07am UTC Oct 30, 2014 at 8:20am UTC modoran (2060) Yes.
  7. Thanks and Regards Rohit Kumar Jha 01-05-2012 #4 stahta01 View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date May 2009 Posts 3,030 Can you uninstall and then reinstall VS 2008?
  8. Steve - Intel Developer Support Top (name withheld) Wed, 09/24/2008 - 06:10 yep, that was it.
  9. Even a simple test program that has one cout command.
  10. If not, select Tools > Visual Studio 2008 Command Prompt (Oddly, in my VS2008, this reads "Visual Studio 2005 Command Prompt".

Tim S. 01-05-2012 #5 dmh2000 View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Mar 2011 Posts 546 1. You will notice that when you use this option, the size of the DLL is much larger (includes dependencies) share|improve this answer answered Aug 10 '11 at 15:32 Tony 111 add Welcome to Qt Centre. I'm trying to build a dictionary of shakespeare's plays that records the act and scene of the first speech of each character, and the number of speeches ...

Try reinstalling Visual Studio, uninstall it completely first so that it will reinstall fresh. [edit]Oh, I reread your post and see you may have already tried that. I can't figure out how the SDK did not get installed, since it does not seem to me that it is a choice offered by the VS2008 install - you always Compiler output is: cppIntegration_thunk_pcwin64.c LINK : fatal error LNK1104: cannot open file 'kernel32.lib' Can you please advice?Thanks! 1 Comment Show all comments Walter Roberson Walter Roberson (view profile) 27 questions 28,224 Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free so please, join our community today!

Funny though I realized I could not even build a very basic Win32 console application. Does kernel32.lib actually exist on the computer? [edit]Oh, I reread your post and see you may have already tried that. Amber_6 2 posts since Oct 2016 Newbie Member string, string, int double has private access in account Last Post 2 Hours Ago hi all it has been a very long time bye!

There are no problems with new Visual Studio 2008. I hope with these starting glitches cleared I would be able to sail smoothly with much complex programs...But till then please bear with my stupid doubts... the paths are controlled in tools->options->projects and solutions->vc++ directories. United States Patents Trademarks Privacy Policy Preventing Piracy Terms of Use © 1994-2016 The MathWorks, Inc.

Related Content 1 Answer Mike Woodward (view profile) 0 questions 13 answers 1 accepted answer Reputation: 6 Vote0 Link Direct link to this answer: https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/40270-cannot-open-file-kernel32-lib#answer_51818 Cancel Copy to Clipboard Answer by news I'll ask system admin to install 2008. Thanks for the help. glad you got some milage out of it.

The program I wrote was : Code: Code: #include main() { printf("hello, world \n"); } 1>Linking... 1>LINK : fatal error LNK1104: cannot open file 'kernel32.lib' I created an empty general ktrzeciaknubisa commented Feb 12, 2015 When the error LNK1181: cannot open input file 'kernel32.lib' occurred, for me it was enough to follow this: visual studio 2010 express + win sdk = I dont have node-gyp installed globally, its installed under node_modules of npm. have a peek at these guys As a monk, can I use Deflect Missiles to protect my ally?

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I tried repairing VS2008 and that didn't work so I tried to uninstall and then reinstall and still I am getting the same problem.

Don't forget to restart VS 2008 if you have it open. Many thanks. –Edward Aug 11 '14 at 22:39 2 Why does this work? Care, Share and Grow! I tried reinstalling (takes forever) and updating the libraries… and still it wasnt fixed… This worked flawlessly.

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thanks for the reply...i was starting to loose hope. I tried to install Mingw, I tried to change some building configurations, but I still cannot find the root of my problem. I don't care if I will use mingw or the visual studio compilator, I just would like to have a fast solution I fould in the internet other ppl asking the Carmen

Top Steve Lionel (Intel) Tue, 09/23/2008 - 06:36 Given this, it looks as if Visual Studio thinks that the SDK is installed but it isn't.

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