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C++ problem BGI ERROR

Have made a program in c++. My program is running fine, but at the
end of the program there is a error message on the screen:

Bgi Error: Graphics not initialized (use initgraph)

My program shows no error message at compile time or at run time.
What's this bgi error? How can I correct this? I have initialized the graphics hardware by using the initgraph function on the main segment
of my program. I am using Borland Turbo c++ compiler 3.1.

please can anyone provide me a stepwise procedure to solve this

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  • tejas_talele Jan 24, 2009

    how to change the path, i am a starter and i don't know much.
    please help me its urgent.what all steps i do?


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The most probable reason why the program is not working is because your Turbo C++ BGI Graphics folder is not "c:\\tc\\bgi".
Correct the path and it should work.

If you're sure that your path is correct, press Alt+F5 and paste the error received.

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