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Original poster: Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-uswest-dot-net>
Hi Bart, Sarah,
I used the freebie LCC C compiler.
I just noticed that it is touted as:
"LCC-Win32: a free compiler system for Windows"
It is optimized for the 32 bit windows environment....
Perhaps it is simply a mater of recompiling it with a better compiler. The
source code is included in the ZIP.
At 08:16 PM 11/29/2000 -0600, you wrote:
> Hi All, Sarah,
> My reply on this is late too. I'll try to be quick.
> I tried running the E-Tesla6 on Win95 platform and received the same DOS
> error (really strange) as the original poster with the problem.
> I right clicked to check out the "properties". Well, no dos properties came
> up (as expected).
> For the heck of it: I located the "Exit To Dos.exe" file (c:/windows) and
> checked the properties. On the Program tab, I clicked the Advance button.
> There are options to "Let MS detect..", "MSDOS Mode", "Prevent MS from
> detecting..". I clicked on "MSDOS mode" and got out of properties. I then
> double-clicked the "Exit To Dos" short cut icon. I exited out of windows. I
> then restart windows (type Exit). I went back and reset the properties for
> the "Exit To Dos" shortcut to "Let MS detect..." (original setting) because I
> knew this was going to do nothing for me.
> Anyway, I tried the E-Tesla6 again and it WORKED? I have no clue why. I think
> MS is a little mixed up sometimes on the program it's trying to run. Anyway,
> as odd as this sounds, I thought I should share it. Possibly Windows is
> smistaking the program for a DOS app. and is giving the error.
> I'm confused,
> Tesla list wrote:
>> Original poster: "Sarah Thompson" <sarah-at-telergy-dot-com>
>> Sorry for the late reply. E-Tesla6 (assuming its still similar to E-Tesla 5
>> when I was doing nasty things to it in the interest of even more speed) is
>> not a DOS application.
- RE: E-Tesla6
- From: Sarah Thompson" (by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-uswest-dot-net>)