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Why does calling SetWindowLong(Handle, GWL_USERDATA, (long)5) where Handle is a SysLink control, makes the application non-responsive and crash on an XP system? It seems the syslink control is using itself the GWL_USERDATA when it should definitely not, since it is supposed to be reserved for the application. -- The GWL_USERDATA value belongs to the window class. You are misinterpreting the word
Last modified by Raymond Chen - MSFT on 7/24/2010 3:33:09 PM
ExitWindowsEX doesn't do forced restart on XP (ExitWindowsEx function (Windows))
I have not had the chance to test with other OS's yet, but I have some drivers that I think are preventing my XP Pro from shutting down (a common problem with XP). as a result, I have been forced to try alternative means to restart my computer. my next try is with InitiateShutdown(), because ExitWindowsEx failed to shutdown the machine using the example code. it would shutdown to the point
Last modified by Jim Michaels on 2/7/2010 2:08:52 AM
Windows Presentation Foundation SamplesThemesUpdated: February 2009The theme files in this section are created from the resource dictionaries containing each Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) theme and are provided as examples of how to create themes, as well as how to customize existing controls. In addition, the theme files should give you some insight into creating robust controls. You can
Last modified by Microsoft on 11/2/2009 7:44:15 PM
Tags:  xp
"when you compile a program under Windows Vista, the new Vista style File Dialog will be used"This statement is wrong.It does not matter whether you compile on XP, Vista or 7.If you set bVistaStyle to FALSE, the old behaviour of XP can be forced. You can use customized open dialogs as used under previous Windows Versions.Important is that the new behaviour of Vista and 7 will be used if you compil
Last modified by Gökhan Akca on 11/4/2009 3:40:11 PM
Tags:  cfiledialog  open  style  template  xp
Debug this method with VS2008 in XP and Vista (WaitHandle.WaitOne Method (Int32, Boolean) (System.Threading))
When I debug this method with VS2008 in XP and Vista (both 32 bit & 64 bit) , it behaves differently, can anybody tell me why?For Vista I had to write additionally System.Threading.Thread.Sleep(10000);
Last modified by Mayank H Parmar on 11/4/2009 2:30:49 PM
Tags:  debug  vista  vs2008  xp
32-bit DLLs on a 64-bit OS (Troubleshooting Exceptions: System.BadImageFormatException)
This exception can occur when a .NET application running on a 64-bit platform attempts to load a DLL that does not support native 64-bit execution. If the application is built in platform-agnostic (i.e. "Any CPU") mode, it will launch in 64-bit mode on the host operating system, leading to this problem. To fix this, you can force the application to run in 32-bit mode by compiling for x86 architect
Last modified by Mayank H Parmar on 10/27/2009 8:21:21 AM
Tags:  vista  xp
32-bit DLLs on a 64-bit OS (Troubleshooting Exceptions: System.BadImageFormatException)
This exception can occur when a .NET application running on a 64-bit platform attempts to load a DLL that does not support native 64-bit execution. If the application is built in platform-agnostic (i.e. "Any CPU") mode, it will launch in 64-bit mode on the host operating system, leading to this problem. To fix this, you can force the application to run in 32-bit mode by compiling for x86 architect
Last modified by chaiguy1337 on 3/16/2008 4:19:33 PM
Tags:  vista  win7  xp
XP Support Information Divergence (PGM Socket Options (Windows))
FYI,The first PGM page states that:Windows XP: PGM is only supported when Microsoft Message Queuing (MSMQ) 3.0 is installed.However, the statement in this page states that:Windows XP: Reliable Multicast Programming (PGM) is not supported.Maybe this should be corrected,ThanksVJ
Last modified by VitorAMJ on 9/16/2009 7:44:06 PM
Tags:  pgm  xp
System.PlatformNotSupportedException: Feature requires Windows XP or later. (Socket.Disconnect Method (System.Net.Sockets))
I have an application (VB.Net) that uses Socket.Disconnect(True). It works correctly on Server 2003 / Windows XP machines, but when I run the application in a Server 2000 environment, I get this exception:System.PlatformNotSupportedException: Feature requires Windows XP or later.at System.Net.Sockets.Socket.Disconnect(Boolean reuseSocket)I checked this page (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library
Last modified by Addicted2dotNET on 4/15/2009 7:54:25 PM
Different Kernels??? (SwitchToThread function (Windows))
By the way... the warning above also applies for Sleep(0).
Last modified by george_5154 on 10/5/2008 5:09:47 AM
Tags:  issues  sleep  slow  speed  switchtothread  w2003  xp
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