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Hi Norman, >which version of Geant? I still didn't try to compile Geant, but I'm planning to download the latest version, geant4.9.1. >which version of Windows? Windows XP Pro, Version 2002, SP2 >which version of Visual C++? Visual C++ 2008 Express Edition, available in http://www.microsoft.com/express/download/ (I guess it is Visual Studio 9.0) >exactly what problem are you experiencing with the SDK? In place, where I must edit cygwin.bat file, I must add two lines: call "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 8\VC\bin\vcvars32.bat" call "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Platform SDK for Windows Server 2003 R2\SetEnv.cmd" To find the file vcvars32.bat I had to modify the path of the first call, "Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0" instead of "Microsoft Visual Studio 8". This is ok, but there is a problem with the second call: Instead of "Microsoft Platform SDK for Windows Server 2003 R2" I have a folder "Microsoft SDKs". When I open it, there are three folders: bin, include and libraries. However, in any of those folders there is no file "SetEnv.cmd", and in cygwin I get the message: "The system cannot find the path specified" I also searched for "SetEnv.cmd" in Program Files folder. No file with such a name, no *.cmd files in general. By installing, I followed installation guide made by Joseph Perl in slac webpage. This guide is written for Visual C++ 2005, where Visual C++ and Microsoft SDK have separate installations. In case of Visual C++ 2008, I think, C++ and SDK are coated in one installation wizard, so the installation procedure slightly differs from the one in slac pages, and perhaps there are differences in the cooperation of those two pieces. Now, i found in internet "The Microsoft Platform SDK for Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Express", and if I don't get any better idea, I'll try to install it and hope that it will work together with Visual C++ 2008 and all SDKs which already are in my PC :) Aivaras
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