Visual C++ 4.0 Install on Windows NT workstation 3.5 ???

Visual C++ 4.0 Install on Windows NT workstation 3.5 ???

Post by Yun, Ji-You » Tue, 13 Feb 1996 04:00:00



Hi, everyone!

I have installed Visual C++ 4.0 on windows NT workstation 3.51 version

successfully.

But I couldn't install Visual C++ 4.0 on windows NT workstation 3.5 version.

Is it possible to install Visual C++ 4.0 on windows NT workstation

3.5 version?

I saw error message "DLL entry point Error" in installing VC ++ 4.0

on windows NT workstation 3.5 version.

But I have installed successfully Visual C++ 2.1 version on windows NT

workstation 3.5 version.

If you have any information, please give me answer..

Thanks in advance.

 
 
 

Visual C++ 4.0 Install on Windows NT workstation 3.5 ???

Post by Philip K Chu » Wed, 14 Feb 1996 04:00:00



>Hi, everyone!

>I have installed Visual C++ 4.0 on windows NT workstation 3.51 version
>successfully.

>But I couldn't install Visual C++ 4.0 on windows NT workstation 3.5 version.
>Is it possible to install Visual C++ 4.0 on windows NT workstation
>3.5 version?

no.  you need NT 3.51 to run VC++ 4.0.

HTH!

phil

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Phil Chung


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Visual C++ 4.0 Install on Windows NT workstation 3.5 ???

Post by Paul R. Stratt » Thu, 15 Feb 1996 04:00:00




Quote:>VC++ 4.0 requires NT 3.51 and will not work on NT 3.5.

It even says NT 3.51 on the system requirements section on the back of the
box.

Paul Stratton

 
 
 

Visual C++ 4.0 Install on Windows NT workstation 3.5 ???

Post by Jim Reine » Fri, 16 Feb 1996 04:00:00



Quote:

>Hi, everyone!

>I have installed Visual C++ 4.0 on windows NT workstation 3.51 version

>successfully.

>But I couldn't install Visual C++ 4.0 on windows NT workstation 3.5
version.

>Is it possible to install Visual C++ 4.0 on windows NT workstation

>3.5 version?

>I saw error message "DLL entry point Error" in installing VC ++ 4.0

>on windows NT workstation 3.5 version.

>But I have installed successfully Visual C++ 2.1 version on windows NT

>workstation 3.5 version.

>If you have any information, please give me answer..

>Thanks in advance.

Everything you said is true and correct.  Visual C++ 4.0 will not
work on NT 3.5 and does require NT 3.51

Visual C++ did work just fine on 3.5

The reason is that VC++ 4.0 uses some of the new Windows 95 interface
components that are implemented in NT 3.51 and not in the earlier NT
versions.

Jim Reineri


 
 
 

Visual C++ 4.0 Install on Windows NT workstation 3.5 ???

Post by Woody J » Fri, 16 Feb 1996 04:00:00





>>VC++ 4.0 requires NT 3.51 and will not work on NT 3.5.

>It even says NT 3.51 on the system requirements section on the back of the
>box.

Why would MS do that ?   Is there technical aspect which forced it so ?
What would be the technical differences between 3.5 and 3.51 ?

--
Woody

 
 
 

Visual C++ 4.0 Install on Windows NT workstation 3.5 ???

Post by Ed McCrear » Sat, 17 Feb 1996 04:00:00






> >>VC++ 4.0 requires NT 3.51 and will not work on NT 3.5.

> >It even says NT 3.51 on the system requirements section on the back of the
> >box.

> Why would MS do that ?   Is there technical aspect which forced it so ?
> What would be the technical differences between 3.5 and 3.51 ?

Some changes were required to support the new custom controls used
extensively by Win '95 and VC++ 4.0.  Why changes were needed I don't
know.

--
   __o   ed mccreary            "I drank what?"
   \<,_  compaq computers                 Socrates

 
 
 

Visual C++ 4.0 Install on Windows NT workstation 3.5 ???

Post by Matthias Adri » Sun, 18 Feb 1996 04:00:00



wrote in comp.os.ms-windows.nt.misc:

Quote:>Hi, everyone!

>I have installed Visual C++ 4.0 on windows NT workstation 3.51 version

>successfully.

>But I couldn't install Visual C++ 4.0 on windows NT workstation 3.5 version.

>Is it possible to install Visual C++ 4.0 on windows NT workstation

>3.5 version?

>I saw error message "DLL entry point Error" in installing VC ++ 4.0

>on windows NT workstation 3.5 version.

>But I have installed successfully Visual C++ 2.1 version on windows NT

>workstation 3.5 version.

As far as I know, you simply need NT 3.51 or Win95 to install VC++
4.0. The IDE uses the Win95 common controls which are not available
for earlier versions.

Keep in mind that this is also true for the programs you compile with
VC++ 4.0 as long as they use the MFC. Dont know for plain Win32 API
programs yet.

Matthias
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