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I installed Vista 64 bit on my laptop. I wanted to install Turbo C++ as well. How do I install it?

It gave me a graphics error. How do I solve this problem?

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+1 for the "Respected Sir," I like that! haha – r0ca Mar 19 '10 at 17:34
What version of Turbo C++? Can you include a screenshot of the error you are getting? – heavyd Mar 19 '10 at 18:01
AFAIK all versions of Turbo C++ are obsolete and unsupported – mctylr Mar 19 '10 at 18:13

Turbo C++ is ancient (or antique) software, and certainly not supported on any 64-bit platform.

You will need to upgrade to a current version of C++ Builder 2010 or another 64-bit C++ environment to develop natively on a 64-bit OS / system.

For more details about the history of Turbo C++ (Wikipedia).

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