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Turbo Pascal 6 on Pentium II-MMX

Posted on 1998-08-20
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Turbo-Pascal-programs (DOS-Version 6), started in the DOS-Window of Windows or in a DOS-6.2-Environment, stop with a Run-Time-Error 200 (division by zero) on computers with Pentium II MMX Processor.
How can I make the program run?
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Question by:Boos
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mithel earned 100 total points
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I don't know if it works, you can find a patch for it on http://www.merlyn.demon.co.uk/pas-time.htm.

There are some different patches here just choose the one you need.

If it doesn't work just reject this :)
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by:gstamell
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the patch available from http://www.chesworth.com/pv/vault/v_bug_buster.htm works quite well, i have just tried it out on a pentium II Celeron 330A


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by:Boos
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Thanks to mithel!
I downloaded a patch program
     tppatch.exe     5840 byte    27-dec-96
that solved my problem.

Thanks to gstamell too for his comment.
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