I have two partitions on my machine - one with FAT32 containing Win98SE OS and the other with FAT16 containing MS-DOS 6.22 OS. I installed Turbo Pascal v7.0 onto the FAT16 partition and wrote a small 'Hello, World!' program just to test the installation. When I ran it, I received an 'Error 200 - Division by Zero' message. Since there is no math involved in my program, I'm wondering if there is some setting or adjustment that I need to perform. I seem to remember that I ran into this problem several years ago with an earlier version of Turbo Pascal, but I forget how I resolved the problem. Any insights would be appreciated.
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