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Default Synchronization Problem(Urgent)

Dear friends,

     I m worrying abt a problem from a long time.I tried in many way to solve this problem.Please help me to solve the problem.The problem is

   When we are running our application, if we contact any other application(For ex Dos application) i want to synchronize my application with other application invoked by my application.For example using [u]shell</u> function we can call other exe files.But the call will be asynchronus.Here i want my application to be syncronized with the called application.

               Here on method i have that is.
          with [u]CreateProcess</u> Api and [u]WaitForSingleObject</u> Api i had achived my need.But this is not working if my application is installed on WinXp.These are working well if i run this on Winnt or 2000.

       This an urgent requirement for me.Please help me to solve my problem friends

          Thanking you in advance



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