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I have the source and the binarie to a program that was compiled (originally) with Borland turbo assembler 4 and it runs fine under windows xp. However when i compile it myself with Borland turbo assembler 4 under windows xp and run the program the graphics appear like trash. Does anyone know how can i generate a new exe myself under windows xp so it runs with no bugs like the exe from the original author???? Thanks to any of you who can help me a bit...

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Make sure the compiler options are the same as those used to compile it originally. Also, how are the graphics being drawn? Any libraries being used, or just VGA 320x200x8 screen mode (13h)?

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This is what the author says in the readme.txt:

"I used Turbo Assembler 4.0 to assemble the source listing, and Turbo Link 7.0
to link it. I suggest you do the same. Borland language products are by far
superior to anything else available (my opinion - yours may differ, of
course)..."

It is writen for dos mode 13h. the platform is msdos but under windows 98 or Me i think you could compile dos programs, and is it possible under windows xp?? im so new to this thing..

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