this might work but i dunno.
right click on the EXE file and then goto properties, then click the program tab, then click advanced properties and check the box that says "disable program from detecting windows and that should (hopefully) solve the problem.
: this might work but i dunno.
: right click on the EXE file and then goto: properties, then click the program tab, : then click advanced properties and check the box that says "disable program from detecting : windows and that should (hopefully) solve the problem.
Thank you for the info, unfortunatly it didn't solve the problem. If you have any other suggestions I would be happy to give them a try.
I have the same problem with my machine. Can you tell me the specification of your machien my computer is a Intel Celeron 333 with a 128 mb of ram, Windows 98, AGP Graphics ATI RagePro, Soundblaster and the other usual. Maybe I will mail Borland and ask. Oh by the way Microsoft Quick Pascal works in place of Borland.
It has to do with the delay function. In theinitialization section, there is a timing loop.(Delay is a software delay!!) It uses a longint(or a word, can't remember which!), and on fastmachines it overflows and causes an error ;(...So the new CRT unit should fix your problems!
P.S. There are 2 free Pascal compilers forLinux - FPC and GPC. They are both way moreadvanced than TP - because they are beingactively developed.
There is also a DOS/Windows compiler called P32.It's at www.cryogen.com/p32
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