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Turbo C under Windows Vista

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i am using windows vista when i runs turboo c i got nvchoost error and it can not run in full screen and it is running in a small window in which very difficult to read that can some one know how to solve this prob

and do u know from where i can download a 32 bit version of turboo c free of cost
Aug 14 '07 #1
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i am using windows vista when i runs turboo c i got nvchoost error and it can not run in full screen and it is running in a small window in which very difficult to read that can some one know how to solve this prob

and do u know from where i can download a 32 bit version of turboo c free of cost
Turbo C was made for the 95/98 platforms (if I remember correctly), but was usable on the 2k/NT systems, why continue to use it? I would recommend looking at a new compiler - I use GCC, and I know several people here use Bloodshed.
Aug 14 '07 #2

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Turbo C is a 16-bit compiler. No one on a modern computer should be using that anymore. On Windows, the two major free compilers are Visual C++ Express and the Windows port of gcc (MingW). An IDE like Dev-C++ uses MingW anyway.
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Try going into the Command Prompt and then run Turbo C

Press ALT + ENTER (at same time) to maximize the screen size.

Should work !

i am using windows vista when i runs turboo c i got nvchoost error and it can not run in full screen and it is running in a small window in which very difficult to read that can some one know how to solve this prob

and do u know from where i can download a 32 bit version of turboo c free of cost
Aug 15 '07 #4

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