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sqrude



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sqrude
when I try to compile i get the error

Error: file not found

I have been working at this for a day and still cant get it right.

I am runing windows Xp

thank you for the help
Post 06 Sep 2003, 04:45
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Blag



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Blag
Maybe it's because of the [Environment] section.....
You need to do this.....in the FASMW.INI file. Cool

[Environment]
Include = C:\Flat Assembler\Include

Or whatever your copy of FASM is stored.

Good Luck Wink

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Post 06 Sep 2003, 08:02
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sqrude



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sqrude
Thats what i was missing, thanks you very much
Post 06 Sep 2003, 20:55
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Blag



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Your welcome my friend....here in this community, we are happy to help Very Happy

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Alternatelty you can add an envirment varible in windows control panel.

Step 1
Open control panel
Step 2
Open system
Step 3
Click on the adanvaned tab > enviroment variables
Step 4
Either in system varibles or user varibles click new
Step 5
Type the varible name "include"
Type the value name "C:\progam files\fasmw" ( your fasm path )

To add a fasm to path. So that you can run fasm from msdos from anywere (good if you are not running the gui or linking files)

Step 1
Open control panel
Step 2
Open system
Step 3
Click on the adanvaned tab > enviroment variables
Step 4
In system variables edit the variable path
Step 5
leave the variable name the same.
edit the variable value.
Leave the existing content "%SystemRoot%\system32;%SystemRoot%;%SystemRoot%\System32\Wbem" add ";" then the fasm path.
For example "%SystemRoot%\system32;%SystemRoot%;%SystemRoot%\System32\Wbem;C:\Program Files\Fasm"


WARNING : THIS IF DONE WRONG COULD CAUSE DIER EFFECTS ON YOUR SYSTEM.

EDITING ENVIROMENT VARIABLES AT YOUR OWN RISK
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