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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I'm getting the same E-6 error while running in program mode although the fuse is fine - and when I recycle power, the program starts fine again and then stops in the middle with the E-6 error. Nor sure what's wrong. Just sandpapered the fuse ends and the connector ends to the fuse socket. We'll see how it goes.
Here is what I did. Open the DVD (right click and select Open), and then open the X86 folder. Run the Setup.exe file from there and it should install and work fine. I had an error during install near the end, but it seems to have done no harm. I compiled one of my old Fortran apps and it works fine.
Vista doesn't support full screen mode while operating Turbo C++, and its also doesn't support graphics(bgi) while operating it.
There are lots of compatibility problems with Vista -- I have Vista Home Premium and have warning when I start VC++ 2005 Express! I just tried running tc.exe and did not get the warning message you reported. Although it would only run in the small window.
Your best bet is to download either VC++ 2005 Express or Dev-C++.
They both run full-screen.
Just had the exact same problem with the spin cylec and now its stopped completely, I was getting ERR 7 on the display, its telling you that there is something wrong with the motor.checked the motor and found that one of the Carbon Brushes was sticking/Stuck, Just 2 phillips head screws and the carbon brush is out, mine had a bit of melted plastic/casing snagging the Carbon brush, i just jusd a bit of fine sand paper to clean the Brush, put it all back together and lo and behold everyting works. Hope this helps
Listed below are all the error codes:
Display messages: Err1: Error message. Door is not properly shut 20s after program is started. Correction: Shut the door properly. Err2: Error message. Drainage error, water not emptied within 4 min. Correction: Clean the filter and check the drain hose for blockage. If error still exists, please contact the maintenance personnel. Err3: Error message. Temperature sensor is not properly connected or damaged (display at the end of a program). Correction: Contact the maintenance personnel. Err4: Error message. The heater may be broken or the desired temperature is not met within the specified time due to an overloaded laundry (display at the end of a program). Correction: Reduce the load and restart, or contact the maintenance personnel. Err5: Error message. The required water level is not reached within 10 min, or the water level exceeds the protection value. Correction: Check to see if the tap is turned on and the water pressure is correct. If error still exists, contact the maintenance personnel. Err6: Error message. Motor speed error. It may be not properly connected or damaged. Correction: Contact the maintenance personnel. Err7: Error message. Motor overheat protection or is damaged. Correction: Contact the maintenance personnel. Err8: Error message. Water level exceeds protection value. Correction: Contact the maintenance personnel.
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