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C++ How can I run C++ in full screen mode whenever I start Turbo C++ it shows that the system doesn't supports fullscreen mode...plz help thanx in advance...

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Yea what morad said windows 7 and vista does not support full screen mode console period it really sucks sorry bud.

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If it says that your system can not run it in fullscreen mode, then it certainly can not be ran in fullscreen mode.

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How to Run Turbo Pascal Full Screen mode on Windows 7


Now that's a program I've not worked with in a while ;-) I haven't used it since my early high school days in the 1990s. Turbo is a really old application that has been around for ages- unfortunately, being as such, it is only capable of developing 16-bit DOS applications, which has, for better or worse, gone the way of the dinosaur. In the x64-bit versions of Windows Vista and 7, all 16-bit native support has actually gone out the window in favor of 32-bit and 64-bit application development. This is why DosBox was invented- it is a true 16-bit DOS environment (much like command.com and CMD.exe used to be) that is capable of running all the older DOS programs that are no longer compatible with Windows.
When you run Turbo from the DOSbox program, press ALT-ENTER and it will fullscreen whatever you're working with.
Hope this helps,
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The system does not support fullscreen mode


Plz check this http://www.mydigitallife.info/2007/06/27/workaround-to-this-system-does-not-support-full-screen-mode-in-windows-vista/. Hope it help. Show ur computer to and expert

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Hi Yes , You can run C++ in full mode. Plz follow the below step.
Hold Alt Key and hit Enter key it will move in full mode.
If you want permanent full mode option then right click and select proprties. In display select full screen and that it.

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try to download the turbo c in vista go google it email me i'll give you the link ronaldsuboc@yahoo.com

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