re: [midatlanticretro] OT Help installing Turbo.C
- On Wed, 15 Dec 2010, Bill Degnan wrote:
> carefully compare whether the files are actually and correctly onto theCopy the files from all three disks into a temp directory and run the
> install disks you've created. find the install manual, there may be
> directions other than "type install, press enter"
install program. The only choices you'd really need to make are which
libraries you want (for memory models) - I'd pick all of them.
Keep the defaults for the rest of the options. Add the bin directory to
your path (I think the default is \TC\BIN\). To see if it works, open a
dos box and cd to \tc\bin\ and type "TURBO". The IDE should start.
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