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iamcreasy

Simple OpenCV problem.

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Why I try to run the following OpenCV program, it shows the following error : ---------------------------------------------------------------------- test_1.exe - Application Error The application failed to initialize properly (0x80000003). Click on OK to terminate the application. ----------------------------------------------------------------------
#include "cv.h"
#include "highgui.h"

int main()
{
	IplImage *img = cvLoadImage("C:\\face.bmp");
	
	cvSetImageROI(img, cvRect(100,100, 100, 100));
	cvAddS(img, cvScalar(50), img);
	cvResetImageROI(img);
	cvShowImage("Test", img);

	cvWaitKey(0);

	return 0;
}
When i press F5(im using vs2008express), the program encounters a break point...i have attached a picture...dont know, whether, it will help or not. [URL="http://i39.photobucket.com/albums/e179/iamcreasy/error.jpg"]http://i39.photobucket.com/albums/e179/iamcreasy/error.jpg[/URL] It is not that, only this program is producing this error, but also any kind of image manipulation funciton containing (OpenCV)program is resulting in this sitution. Such as : cvSmooth one last thing, it there any dedicated OpenCV forum or sth like that? *Dont know, if this is the correct place to post about this topic.Plase change if it is a problem.

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I have made a little progress.

Check the program with Dependency Walker, and found out that somwhere in related with SHLWAPI.DLL and MPR.DLL a function
WNetRestoreConnectionA in causing the error, which cannt be loaded at runtime.

LINK:
http://www.dependencywalker.com/faq.html

As far has i have seen this is a common error.But, yet havn't found a solution.

Googling answers a little...it says,
"Turn off your compilers setting to assume you are programming for Win9x.
(I just lost which setting but it is not that difficult, use a #define...) "

...how to do this is VS2008 express?

this simple problem is freaking me out. :@ :@

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The best way to make an OpenCv program to work is to open the entire OpenCv solution and modify a sample program.

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