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Fullscreen mode using turbo c in windows vista

Do we have any turbo c working in windows vista in full screen mode

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  • kickingheart Sep 29, 2008

    vista doesnt support turbo c++ in full screen mode ,.is there any solution to overcome through it.

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I have a problem using window vista home premium,
My problem is :- Turbo c program is not running in full mode.

Posted on Oct 10, 2008

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Try to download the turbo c in vista go google it email me i'll give you the link ronaldsuboc@yahoo.com

Posted on Sep 17, 2008

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