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I compiled my tex file in Linux without any problems (text edior: Xemacs). I'm now running the file in TeXWorks with MikteX. I used the subfig package and the following worked perfectly:




I kept getting the 'undefined control sequence' error after trying to compile it in Win7. Having done some research, I installed the caption package (by running pdflatex caption.ins) and changed the \subfloat command above to \subcaption. Now instead of the error above, I'm getting two new:

! Package caption Error: For a successful cooperation we need at least version ``2004/02/13 v1.2' of package listings, but only version ``2002/04/01 1.0 (Carsten Heinz)' is available.

The second one is:

! LaTeX Error: Counter too large.

When trying to install the caption package through mpm, I keep getting the 'connection failure' error.

I'm kind of lost here and have no idea what to do. Any suggestions?

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Welcome to TeX.SE. It seems that your listings package is quite old. I would suggest you upgrade to TeXLive2012 unless there is a really good reason to use a very old distribution. –  Peter Grill Nov 15 '12 at 6:44
Either install TeX Live 2012 or upgrade to MiKTeX 2.9: your MiKTeX distribution seems quite old. If you don't have disk space constraints, do a full install. –  egreg Nov 15 '12 at 14:01
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closed as too localized by tohecz, Torbjørn T., Joseph Wright Jan 5 '13 at 22:57

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