PCL Missing Error – Looking for Help

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Hi friends

I have recently started using the printer command language (PCL),and I am not so good at it. I am using it to study the documentation and want a few programs to start working. I visited the following URL for this purpose:

http://pointclouds.org/documentation/tutorials/reading_pcd.php#reading-pcd

I saved this code on a notepad and with it I also made CMakeLists.txt file successfully but now when I am trying to run the program, it is giving me an error. The screenshot of the error is as follows:

pcd_read.exe – System Error

The program cant start because pcLcornmon_debug.dII is missing from your computer. Try reinstalling the program to fix this problem.

OK

I don’t understand where I am making a mistake. I am using OS Windows 7 32 bit and running it on Visual studio.

Can anyone guide me to the correct solution? I am stuck. I'll be very grateful.

Regards

Jill

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PCL Missing Error – Looking for Help

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How could you resolve the error?

1. Examine the printer hardware. Make sure printer wires are connected properly and they are in working situation. Run print tests about the printer to check if you will find any problems with the actual printer. Check the network connection and also the printer switch if you're connected on a system. You may need the help of the network administrator right here.

2. Re-install the inkjet printer driver. Re-installing the print car owner should fix any corrupted files within the driver. After re-installing, try managing a test again to see when the error has been solved. To do this instantly, visit: Driver Finder

3. Thoroughly clean the registry. It’s possible an upgrade might have recently been done in your OS, maybe a patch had been recently installed or you might have tried installing a more recent version of Windows. Sometimes upgrades like these may cause conflicts in system documents and device drivers.

You can now try fixing the issue by trying to type in the registry to find as well as adjust the problematic document. We don’t recommend this because it's really a dangerous action for the actual inexperienced user. A slight faulty adjustment can lead to a non-functioning computer. The other option is by using a tool that is made to fix errors like this particular, a registry cleaner. Registry cleansers perform several key features:

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