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Question by LaSaia
Submitted on 12/23/2004
Related FAQ: C++ Turbo Vision FAQ, part2/3
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Ok for my computer class, we use this program called TurboC++. And it is also required for us to download it off the internet, from our teachers webpage, to use at home. I downloaded the program and it worked for only a week, but after that it stopped running and shows this error message:

C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\AUTOEXEC.NT. The system file is not suitable for running MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows Applications

I ask the teacher and he doesn't really know whats wrong. My computer is Windows XP Home Edition. Does anyone know what should I do or can help me, I have 3 programs due tomorrow and I don't know what to do.    




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