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  1. Thank you guys for you help. How do I let visual studio 10 know where to look for this other folder. If I put the dll files in the project folder will vs 2010 automatically find them or do I need to link it somehow like I linked the .h and .lib files?
  2. [size=2]The .dll files I need access to which are in the system32 folder are: glu32.dll, glut.dll, glut32.dll, opengl32.dll. So do you think if I put the previous four files in the project folder the program will compile and their will be no need to add them to the system32 folder? Thank you
  3. The .dll files I need access to which are in the system32 folder are: glu32.dll, glut.dll, glut32.dll, opengl32.dll. So do you think if I put the previous four files in the project folder the program will compile and their will be no need to add them to the system32 folder? Thank you
  4. Hello. I am a lecturer in computer games development at college level. I am about to teach my students opengl. I have linked visual studio 2010 to the include and lib folders for the opengl .h and .lib needed files but I cannot add the needed files to the system32 folder on the college network because it administrator passworded. The problem is without adding the .dll files to the system32 folder I wont be able t work n opengl with them. I was wondering however, is there someone out there who knows how, in visual studio 2010, I can point it to another folder which isnt administrator passworded and put the files in there to use? You help would be very much appreciated! Thank you
  5. I really need help with my post please visual studio and opengl experts
  6. Hello. I am a lecturer in computer games development at college level. I am about to teach my students opengl. I have linked visual studio 2010 to the include and lib folders for the opengl .h and .lib needed files but I cannot add the needed files to the system32 folder on the college network because it administrator passworded. The problem is without adding the .dll files to the system32 folder I wont be able t work n opengl with them. I was wondering however, is there someone out there who knows how, in visual studio 2010, I can point it to another folder which isnt administrator passworded and put the files in there to use? You help would be very much appreciated! Thank you S
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