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Old Old code - Turbo Pascal issue

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I will make this as short as possible

I have a Turbo Pascal (7.0 I think) OLD DOS APP - Which I am upgrading for customers that need to get to updated software/hardware "Windows 8.1,10.0, etc"
I have been able to get (VDOS) to work on all aspects except for printing with OS 8.1

Here is the Problem - the DOS software will work on 8.1 and new hardware except when trying to print from the LASER PRINTING version of the OLD DOS CODE - prints fine without those BMP'S - when I config the invoices to printout on the BMP files I get nothing - NO ERROR OR PRINTOUT -

CAN ANYONE POSSIBLE HELP WITH A PATH TO GO DOWN AND LOOK FOR A SOLUTION!

Don't have and can't get the original source and the original PROGRAMMER will not help in any way
Need more development time to finish code for new release! - which is why I must find a solution NOW!
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