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Default Include files errors

Hi all, I faced a problem with a code in VC++ 6.
The errors are "fatal error C1083: Cannot open include file: 'qedit.h': No such file or directory GraphicsRendering.cpp" - and the same error regarding another file called 'dshow.h' I did not write the code myself. These two files are not existant with me but I found that there are some include statements in another header files belonging to the same workspace that are not existant also in the PC evenso it does not complain about them. It is sometihng regarding Directex but I have installed it..May be the version??
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Considering that you said that you have the files and it cant find it I would check the path to the libraries

Of Course if that is correct and you said it links to files that do not exist then I would find those libraries and install them

If you cant find them then I would reinstall your library

Now looking at the error message carefully it could also be that you have just written the directory wrong

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