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Feb 9, 2019 LG NCK Calculator V3.rar 10:45 AM on February 14, . A: It seems that you have a few memory cards in the same cell phone, as the very large files are for the NCK recorders. The large file is actually just the label of the memory card, and it does not include the actual file. It is common practice to download an entire memory card file, especially since the file is usually a good size. You will need to contact your phone provider and ask them to remove the corrupted file from the memory card. In your case, the file you are downloading is called lg-nck-calc-tool-v3.rar. If you want to look around for other information, you can search for lg-nck-calc-tool-v3.rar on the internet. EDIT: Here is an image of the memory card label Q: C++ Win32: CreateProcess and StartServiceCtrlDispatcher - error handling I'm trying to use CreateProcess to launch a subprocess that starts a service and wait for that service to end. I'm trying to use something like this: // Create the thread for the child process m_thread = CreateThread(NULL, 0, (LPTHREAD_START_ROUTINE) &m_child_proc, NULL, 0, NULL); if (m_thread == NULL) { printf("Error creating thread: %d ", GetLastError()); return FALSE; } The problem is that the first CreateThread call throws a non-zero error code. If I use GetLastError() in that line, I get ERROR_THREAD_NOT_FOUND. If I use GetLastError() after calling CreateProcess, I get ERROR_INVALID_HANDLE. I can successfully create the thread for the subprocess by launching the process directly (from the main program, not through CreateProcess), but I still can't start the service asynchronously. How can I find out why CreateThread fails? A: This is the definition of the CreateThread function in winnt.h: DWORD WINAPI CreateThread( _In_opt




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