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Compatibility of graphics with borland c++ on vista

Hello friends........
i have installed borland c++4.5 on vista platform laptop. header files like graphics.h , dos.h , time.h are not accepting...
i tried on dev c++ and turbo c++3 . there was also the same problem.
and on c++3 on xp platform the above header files were working..
please give me the solution for that.....

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  • parsu_bits Dec 03, 2008

    graphics.h is not working in my laptop of turboc c++ 4.5

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