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Richard ,
I do not follow your explanation.
In this MSDN doc the second parameter is defined as const GUID*.
Am I using wrong version ot the Setupapi.h?
 
PS Did you read the title? I did say compiler error.I do appreciate your help, but growing little tired of your sideline remarks,that's all.
 

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/hardware/ff551074(v=vs.85).aspx
 

 
BOOL SetupDiGetClassImageIndex(
   _In_   PSP_CLASSIMAGELIST_DATA ClassImageListData,
   _In_   const GUID *ClassGuid,
   _Out_  PINT ImageIndex
);
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