Hi. I have downloaded the "RadASM Assembly programming" zip but it still wont assemble programs saying it cannot locate "windows.inc"
Posted on 2009-05-22 14:48:43 by quddusaliquddus
Is it(RADAsm)  installed correctly?
If you are using masm, and have that installed to : C:\masm32 ,
then RadAsm should be installed in C:\RadAsm.

IS the assembly programming pack installed correctly as in its readme file ?

RadAsm is only an IDE you will still need to install a supported assembler- masm, nasm, goasm, fasm, or tasm.

Hope this helps.
Posted on 2009-05-22 21:48:02 by rags
Install MASM32 to its default location in C:

Install RADASM anywhere you want. Actually you won't install it, you will just unpack it.

Get the RadASM Assembly programming  for RADASM here http://www.oby.ro/rad_asm/ and unzip it to RADASM folder. That will create a folder called MASM in the RADASM folder.


In the Options menu (or something like that), find the menu item related to

At the bottom of that page, there is a ... button, click on that, find the MASM folder in RADASM's folder and open the MASM.INI file in that folder inside the dialog.

Then click on the Add button.

MASM is now added to RADASM, you can now assemble and link.
Posted on 2009-05-23 02:46:32 by XCHG
I believe quaddusaetc ;) uses Tasm. I don't know where the most updated windows inc for tasm is, as I believe tasm can't use masm's. I found this one though:

Posted on 2009-05-23 07:35:23 by JimmyClif
I have manually translated mine from Microsoft Platform SDK ones. It was long and tiring but very educating. I would suggest it to everyone who wants to learn how things work ^^
Posted on 2009-05-23 20:11:06 by ti_mo_n
ti mo n,

Yours close to Japheth's ? http://japheth.de/Win32Inc.html
Posted on 2009-05-23 20:30:50 by JimmyClif
Hi JimmyClif. That did the trick.

Now I get :

**Fatal** Out of hash space

But thats for another thread i guess.
Posted on 2009-05-26 02:59:39 by quddusaliquddus

**Fatal** Out of hash space
Posted on 2009-05-26 08:25:40 by JimmyClif