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LNK1104: 'LIBCD.lib' Error when compiling NVIDIA's SDK with Visual Studio 2005


I'm trying to compile the source code for the demos that comes with
NVIDIA's SDK using Visual Studio 2005, however whenever I try to build
them I get a large number of unresolved external errors or "LNK1104:
cannot open file 'LibCD.lib'" I'm currently trying to get 'gpgpu_fluid'
to build.

Can anyone help?

Thanks.

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Jun 17 '06 #1
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> I'm trying to compile the source code for the demos that comes with
NVIDIA's SDK using Visual Studio 2005, however whenever I try to build
them I get a large number of unresolved external errors or "LNK1104:
cannot open file 'LibCD.lib'" I'm currently trying to get 'gpgpu_fluid'
to build.


LibCD.lib is probably listed in the linker input files field.
check under
project properties->configuration properties->linker->input->additional
dependencies
if it is not there, you will probably find it in your sources in a pragma
directive.

anyway, in that case you also need to tell the linker where to find that
file.
you have to specifies non-standard lib paths under
project properties->configuration properties->linker->general->additional
library directories

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Bruno van Dooren
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