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don't understand borland c++ 4.5 error message

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When I compile a program my compiler gives me the message
'could not create process'
I have had bc45 for some time now and have never had the message before, I think i must have inadvertantly changed a setting but i do not know which
do you have any suggestions

Thanks Nick
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Hello!

For example if you have created a program that runs on start-up of windows, and you try to compile the code while the program is running, but you don't know that it is running than it will give you this error....

Are you sure that when you try to run a program you don't have the executable of that file running....???

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Viktor Ivanov
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