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Re: Turbo C is not running.
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ok any way i think command is running Proparly or not working telme ? id : firstname.lastname@example.org
see this command : go 2 run type cmd next give path your soft ware whare is thair for : ex: c:\turboc2\tc c:\turboc\tc
your folder name give mustend shoud folder Name (turboc2 or turboc) ok
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Sounds like a bad turbo to me. When you "kick it in", the engine falters and you get black smoke for a while. What is probably happening is that the turbo is leaking oil into the intake air stream, putting it into the cylinders with the fuel/air mix and causing one of two issues. Either the oil is inhibiting the combustion process, causing the falter and the resulting poor ignition, plus the oil, is giving black smoke, OR, the oil in the cylinders is fouling the plug momentarily, resulting in the fuel/oil being passed into the exhaust stream, burned in the catalytic converter and exits as black smoke. If it runs OK except when under turbo load, have that thing checked out ASAP. And, as far as the light staying on, most faults will set permanently after they occur three or more times within a certain period of time. This is ti ensure that intermittent faults won't cause false setting of the light.
Start at the turbo and check for loose or blown air lines . Check the intercooler for cracks. The turbo whine is normal but you would not be hearing it as the turbo is controlled to vary the amount of boost needed for the throttle setting. If you have to use starting fluid to start a diesel then it is time to consider a re-ring and bearings for the engine.
black smoke is an indication of not enough air for the fuel setting
that is from either a air leak in the intercooler or split pipes from the turbo to the manufold
turbo units will have up/down movement as there is clearance in the bushes but as indications are that the turbine is not spinning free enough I would be having the turbo serviced or replaced
it sounds like a mother board or graphic card problem
get a proper diagnosis from a computer repair shop but technology is improving every day and laptops are getting lighter and faster so after getting the diagnosis and quote a replacement may be the option to consider
I'll asume something for this one it might help. Make sure your laptop is completely turned off [No fans turn, screen black, no hard drive light]. When you then press the power button, immediately keep pressing the F8 button on your keyboard. It should then actually display two options after a while :
*Delete restore/resume point and start windows *Resume restore/resume point
Select 'Delete restore point' and the unit should boot up fine again.
I had a unit that was basically turbo-booting into windows, but the restore point was corrupt and it always seemed it had a 'blank screen' problem.
You can also try to access the BIOS by pressing F2 as soon as the unit starts up to see if you can actually access the BIOS.
If you have a Turbo charged engine the gaskets on the turbo are probably the culpirt. If you can lift and support the car on jack stands. Remove the lower shield from the car and inspect the turbo. You may have to remove the right frount wheel and any sheilds in the wheel well to see the turbo. The Turbo seals require relitivly high engine RPMs to seal properly. The Turbo starts to work about 1500RPM. Is it Gasoline or Diesel? The Variable vane turbos used in most USA,VW's after 1999 will start to work slightly earlier. The type of engine oil you are using, is it up to WV specifications could also be a factor. Not all synthetic oils are alike.
Upon inspection look fordark grey/black sooty deposits indicating where your leak is comming from.
if the fan is not running continuously then its the fan ans board problem.because the board is getting hot and fan is not running so the board is getting overheated and the machine is nor working.and if the power light is ON and fan is running but only the screen is black/blank then its the problem of inverterboard.the cost of new board is $25 get it replaced fromn near by laptop repair center.
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.
HERE is the simple trick :To use Turbo C++ IDE in windows 7 or in Vista; For those who wants to learn C/C++ just uninstall your "Graphics driver " For that Computers->properties->device manager->Display Adapters->graphics driver version u have uninstall that...And after log off Run your "C:\\TC\\BIN\\TC.exe".it will open in full screen... for more visit www.hackersorigin.com or forum.hackersorigin.com