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Graphics 16 bit subsystem error while doing graphics program in tc++

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If you are using turbo c just copy the evgavga some thing lik that name file frm the thae bgi diractory to bin where the real tc recides and enable graphics mode in c options

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Graphics in c not working in my pc


Uninstall Turbo C++
Restart your computer
Reinstall Turbo C++

Try your program, again.

Jul 30, 2010 | ASUS M2N-MX Motherboard

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I executed simple C++ program but when i executed graphics program like to print circle,then the window closed and displayed a following message. 16 bit MS-DOS Subsystem C:TC BINTC.EXE The NTVDM CPU has...


If your operating system is win 7 or vista,
1,Locate c++ program file right click and goto properties
2,Untick or unselect RUN IN FULLSCREEN option.
Then your problem will be solved.

Jul 27, 2010 | ASUS M2N-MX Motherboard

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Turbo c not working....16 bit ms-dos subsystem error


There have been several changes in the way programs work. Windows xp does not
allow direct access to hardware resources to protect system integrity.
However you can try a few things

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314106
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=165214
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=324767

Generaly speaking this error shows up when a program tries to use a
command.com file from an incompatible version of windows.

Alternatively login in safemode and use. it ll work fine. rate this!!

Aug 15, 2009 | Borland Turbo C++ 4.5 Full Version for PC

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Error while running graphic programs in turbo c++


try using 32-bit processor, and it iz very cheap now-a-days.
bye

Aug 13, 2009 | AMD Athlon 64 X2 3800+ Dual Core Processor...

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16 bit MS-Dos Subsystem Turbo C++ IDE The NTVDM CPU has encountered an illegal instruction cs:0000lp:flboop:of00640352 choose close to terminate the application


I too have a problem on my PC,when running the Turbo C programThe error message is:

16 bit MS Dos Sub system
turbo c++ IDE the NTVDM has encountered an illegal instruction.

At last i found the solution, and it is simple.
After installing your turboC follow the steps..
1) go to TC directory and open BIN.
2)In "BIN" folder you can find "tc.exe". Right click on "tc.exe" and click properties (and make sure that do not click on shortcut of TC.exe).
3)In properties there should be a tab called "screen", In that you will find "usage" option. There.. select "window" option instead of "full screen".
4) Then click "OK".
5) Now click "TC.exe".
6) It will open in window mode, if you want you can change full screen mode by pressing "ALT + Enter".

Thanks & Regards
Shravan reddy Konnela.

Jun 02, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional with...

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When i am trying to use c++ on my system it is giving me message the NTVDM cpu has encountered an illegal operation


Here is an explanation of what NTVDM is: The NT Virtual DOS Machine (a.k.a WOW, or Windows on Windows), is a Win16 subsystem that runs under Windows NT, which allows 16-bit applications to run as if they were being executed on a DOS machine, with that machine's multitasking and segmented memory model. Because the system is multitasked 16-bit DOS and Windows applications cannot crash NT. However, 16-bit apps within a Win16 subsystem run the exact same way as they do on a DOS/Win 3.x machine; therefore, 16-bit apps within the subsystem can crash one another, or the subsystem. To prevent this, you can launch multiple WOW subsystems as long as your program does not communicate using shared memory. Windows NT will not allow NTVDM to execute instructions that try to directly manipulate hardware or memory locations. As a result, some DOS and Windows 3.x applications (such as games) may not run under Windows NT.

Feb 02, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Turbo c graphics programs not working......


u can solve ds problem as doing following steps
1,open the tc folder
2,u find the folder in which thefile tc(exe) is existing
3,make a notepad file with in this folder,type "tc" in it &save it as "tc.bat"
4,double click the new file "tc.bat"
5,u will b happy.....
pls rply me...

Oct 07, 2008 | ASUS M2N-MX Motherboard

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