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turbo debugger help

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Hello
I am trying to debug my exe using the borland turbo debugger, but I keep getting an error saying "not enough memory to load program"!!.
Does anyone know a way around this problem??
My exe is a standard dos application. I have tried to debug it using td32 but it says "program is not a 32 bit program"
Could anyone one suggest a dos debugger that would debug my exe if their is no way around this problem??
Thanks for your help!
Conman
Sep 26 '06 #1
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Hello
I am trying to debug my exe using the borland turbo debugger, but I keep getting an error saying "not enough memory to load program"!!.
Does anyone know a way around this problem??
My exe is a standard dos application. I have tried to debug it using td32 but it says "program is not a 32 bit program"
Could anyone one suggest a dos debugger that would debug my exe if their is no way around this problem??
Thanks for your help!
Conman
You need to compile and link your program with the "-v" option (debug on).
DO NOT use the option "-v+" like the manual page says. This option is not
recognized by the linker ilink32. Just use "-v"
Apr 27 '07 #2

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