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SDL Window problem?

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Hello, I'm working in SDL tonight just to see what I've remembered, and all was going good until I compiled with no errors which means I've reference SDL where it is with MinGW folder correctly to the project, or I wouldn't of been able to compile, for I had that problem earlier tonight before compiling the project. Well, here is what is up. When I ran the first program to see if it worked. Everything worked out like I expected, so I decided to open up one of my old projects and I got some DOS window up and the SDL App Window was up in some type of mimi window but I wasn't able to do anything to it. Odd, I thought, so I went to my project that I knew worked, but got the same result. What is this caused by? And I've realized I've been getting it anytime I run an Allegro project as well. I'm quite baffled on this one. Please give me a real solution. I was going to google this one, but didn't even know what to call this error, and I tried going to the compiler options, debug options, but nothing with command prompt, or window this or that was found in the compiler & debugger options. I've looked around hoping to find my own question resolved, but was unsuccessful, but I'm hoping a programmer has had this same problem, and can teach me how to fix it. I'll rate you really HIGH!!!!!! ALL OF YOU WHO HELP!!!!! Thanks, Numb3rz update: So I closed Winamp, and I deleted the project file, and it started working was it a memory problem, or 2 SDL_Apps running at once?

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