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My screen goes black

When im trying to run graphics mode in turbo c,
my screen goes black and nothing follows...


im using windows xp s3
1gb ram, onboard video card 64mb
sempron am2 1.6 ghz

can u help me w/ this

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Hi,

You can try updating the Video Driver. I would suggest you to update the system with a good Graphic Card because Windows Vista needs a good video memory. Onboard Video will not be able to compete with Windows Vista requirements.

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