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OK, direct draw won''t let me create a surface, despite everything being seemingly correct so I decide to just leave that for now to concentrate on actually making a game instead of struggling with an API (yes I know GDI is an API), So I rewrite my functions to use GDI instead of DX and then GDI decides it hates me too. I have this line of code: if (!(hbmpNew = (HBITMAP)LoadImage(NULL, lpszFileName, IMAGE_BITMAP, 0, 0, LR_LOADFROMFILE))) Which was working perfectly, even when direct draw wasn''t. I tried GetLastError() and it says "The operation completed successfully" so apparently it''s working fine but after the function call hbmpNew is still NULL. Can someone PLEASE help me befor I join a hippy commune and never see a computer again? And to make things worse I just posted this in the wrong forum a minute ago, hows that for bad karma!

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OK, I''m not sure if it would hel anpy though. The entire code in the function up until LoadImage():


  


LOG log; //my error log class

HBITMAP hbmpNew = NULL; //used for LoadImage()

HBITMAP hbmpOld = NULL; //used for SelectObject()

LPVOID msgBuffer1 = NULL; //used fo Format message troubleshooting



//load load the bitmap

if (!(hbmpNew = (HBITMAP)LoadImage(NULL, lpszFileName, IMAGE_BITMAP, 0, 0, LR_LOADFROMFILE)))
{
log.string1 = "couldn''t load Image";
log.ErrorLog("GDI load bitmap.txt");
}//end if




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