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Q. I have Visual C++ 6.0 Standard. Microsoft says I need the
Professional or Enterprise edition in order to install the Processor
Pack. Does this mean I am out of luck?
A. No. But it does mean you can't use the installer. Instead, you
have to manually install the Processor Pack. Bascially, you have to:
a) Extract the files to a temporary directory using your favorite archive utilitly (i.e., Winzip).
b) Find the "vcpp.inf" file in the temporary directory and open it.
Inside that file is all the information you need to install the
processor pack manually.
Hint: An entry like:
means you should rename "Enable__1.reg" to "EnableSIMD.reg" and
copy it to the \MsDev98\bin directory.
c) Using the information in "vcpp.inf", copy the files from the
temporary directory to the proper directories, renaming if necessary.