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running my program buy dos4gw.exe . I have a problem . A problem are error [35] register etc.
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more information please?
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35 is a General Protection fault that is probably a Dos4gw
internal error. According to the Documentation if you
GPF inside your program you should generate a 2001
error. You can contact watcom or RSI about this. First try
running your exe from a different directory than the dos4gw.exe.
Watcom supposedly has a fix for this problem but I haven't gotten it to work so far. Be sure that the DOS4gw.exe file
is located in a directory that is in your path.

David Hockenberger
dwhock@pagesz.net
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