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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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How to install or run older programs on Windows 7


Since the release of Windows 7 many of my clients have been asking me about program compatibility and which programs will run on Microsoft's new operating system.

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At first i was weary about programs not installing because of compatibility problems but the procedure to either install a program or get it running when installed is relatively simple and is the same way that Vista uses.

How to install an XP/Vista program on Windows 7


First of all locate the setup or installer file, this will be either in the contents of a CD/DVD (you have to explore the contents of the CD/DVD) under the name "setup" or a downloaded .exe (executable) file.

Right click on the setup file and select "Properties" from the sub menu.

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NOTE: if you have upgraded from Vista Windows XP mode may not be available depending on how you system was configured.


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Some programs will install but they won't run on Windows 7. Again this down to compatibility but unlike Vista, Windows 7 has the compatibility mode working down to a tee.


Locate the desktop icon or the program in "All Programs" from the Start Menu or Orb as it's affectionately known today.

Just as in my tip about installing a program it is just the same.

moz-screenshot.pngmoz-screenshot-1.pngmoz-screenshot-2.pngRight click on the icon or file and select "Properties" from the sub menu.

A Properties windows will appear on screen, click on the "Compatibility" tab.
At the bottom of the tab you will see the header "Privilege Level".

Check the box that says "Run this program as an administrator"

Also at the top of the Compatibility tab you will see "Run this program in compatibility mode for:"
Check that box and if you have the option select Windows XP (service pack 3).

Click apply and then OK and run the program.


NOTE: Again, if you have upgraded from Vista Windows XP mode may not be available depending on how you system was configured.

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Where i can get software for C Programing language and what is the software name...........?


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https://downloads.embarcadero.com/item/24778
STEP2 : Run the setup program
By default, it should install everything to C:\Borland\BCC55

STEP 3 : Add the /bin directory to the system PATH

>C:\Borland\BCC55\bin\bcc32 OR >c32

After the setup program is run (step 2), a whole bunch of executable programs are placed in a new directory : C:\Borland\BCC55\Bin. This step makes it possible for the Operating System (Windows) to find these new executables by name. If you don't do this, then you will need to specify the full path to bcc32 every time you use it.

To do this on Windows XP
Bring up the Environmental Variables :

•Right Click "My Computer" ( Depending on how your system is set-up, "My Computer" is either on your Desktop or in your Start Menu )
•Select "Properties"
•Activate the "Advanced" Tab
•Click the "Environmental Variables" Button
Append ";C:\Borland\BCC44\bin" to the PATH variable (figure 3-2)

•Select the PATH variable under User Variables
Note: The PATH variable may appear under both System Variables and User Variables. This How-To changes the User Variable.
•Click the EDIT button below the list
•In the "Edit User Variable" box that pops up, move the cursor to the end of the Variable Value field
•Add a semi-colon ";" to the end of the current value
Note: If the value is empty, then you do not need to add a semi-colon
•Add the path "C:\Borland\BCC55\bin" after the semi-colon
•"OK" your way out of the dialogs

STEP 4 : Set up some configuration files
you should create a configuration file for the bcc32 program that tells it where to find its libraries and include files.
•The file should be named bcc32.cfg
•It should be placed in the same bin directory where bcc32.exe is located
(C:\Borland\BCC55\Bin)
•The contents of the file are the command line options for bcc32 stating the location of include files and libraries:
-I"C:\Borland\BCC55\Include"
-L"C:\Borland\BCC55\Lib"
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Turbo C++ 3.0 is made for MS DOS 6.22 environment. In windows also we can run Turbo C because windows environment provides all native services of DOS. But in Windows VISTA some of the services are revoked. So to enable them either Vista is to be reconfigured or some add-ins are to me installed.

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Please revert to me if having problems.

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Graphics.h


Ok there is a compatibility issue to run C++ on windows vista...

so try run C++ on compatibility mode [Right click on C++ icon, click on properties, than compatibility] change that to windows 98 or XP.

also try to re install graphics.h header file..

It will solve your problem.

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Looking for a vista compatible c/c++ compiler


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Borland wont open on vista laptop


try to use compatibility mode.
rightclick the needed executables, press compatibility and then select windows XP or another windows os

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