[Bf-committers] The procedure entry point K32EnumProcesses could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll
The Simple Carnival
jeff at simplecarnival.com
Sat Jan 2 17:19:44 CET 2016
Thank you for the detailed reply, Martijn. I guess I will have to
upgrade this particular computer to Windows 7 since I'd like to continue
using custom builds with newer versions of Blender.
jeff at simplecarnival.com
The Simple Carnival -- it doesn't rock, it pops!
On 1/2/2016 7:10 AM, Martijn Berger wrote:
> Hi Jeff,
> What you did ( defining PSAPI_VERSION to 1 ) is what we did for the release
> build also.
> We have stopped supporting vista on x64 as we want to use the AVX
> instruction set and that requires operating system level support which is
> not present in windows versions prior to Windows 7 SP1. There crashes that
> relate to the msvc common runtime math functions detecting and using AVX
> even if they should not. This is beyond our control to fix and given the
> fact that we have a lot of users that have modern computers and operating
> systems we felt it justified to sunset Vista support on x64.
> The nicer way to set this is to set CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS to include this define
> using the cmake gui tool.
> I hope this helps you and sorry for the possible inconvenience dropping
> vista support caused you.
> Martijn Berger
> On Sat, Jan 2, 2016 at 4:34 AM, The Simple Carnival <jeff at simplecarnival.com
>> Hello --
>> I've been working with a custom Windows build of Blender 2.75. I'm using
>> Visual Studio 2013 Community Edition. The custom build runs on all of my
>> computers...except on a Vista machine. When I run the executable on
>> Vista (Home Premium x64, SP2 with all the latest Windows Update
>> patches), a message box pops up with the title "blender-app.exe - Entry
>> Point Not Found" and this error message: "The procedure entry point
>> K32EnumProcesses could not be located in the dynamic link library
>> KERNEL32.dll." After clicking OK, the app closes.
>> When I run the official version of Blender 2.75 x64 on the same machine,
>> Blender starts up as it should.
>> I did a bit of researching on this error, and I've found this:
>> As suggested by that article, I added -DPSAPI_VERSION=1 to the "blender"
>> project preprocessor definitions.
>> I came across this post...
>> ...and made sure that Psapi.lib was already linked in the project.
>> After doing a full rebuild, I'm still seeing the same issue. Any
>> suggestions on what I have to do to the solution or project(s) to make
>> this run on Vista?
>> Thank you!
>> Jeff Boller
>> jeff at simplecarnival.com
>> The Simple Carnival -- it doesn't rock, it pops!
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