What does "Fixup overflow" mean?

I'm using Borland C/C++ 3.1, coding in DOS...

I have a small collection of XMS libraries (.libs) which I am trying to use in my programs (not all at once, just trying to get ANY of them to work...). They compile fine, but when the linker tries to create the .EXE, it gives me a "fixup overflow" error. What does this mean? It will say something like so:

Error: Fixup overflow at _TEXT:000E, target = _InitMemoryManager in test.c

What's up with this? I'm clueless... any help at all is greatly appreciated.


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