I wrote a simple prog. for drawing a circle .
Compiled it .. n THERE WAS NO ERROR.

But at the Execution time Error Occured :
BGI ERROR: Graphics not intialized use 'initgraph

I used initgraph olready .

1.Then i copied EVAVGA.BGI from BGI to BIN..
i tried again .. n a new ERROR on RUN TIME .
This system soes not support Full screen mode. Close to quit or smthing.
2. I gave the complete path in the initgraph .. ie:
int a=DETECT,b;
initgraph(&a,&b,"c:\TC\BIN");

still the result was same .
Plzz help me if ne one can .
I m using VISTA HOME PREMIUM.

You've reached the end of the road.

Your fossil compiler was obsolete 20 years ago (and at least half a dozen versions of your operating system ago).

C'mon, seriously now - you've got a machine with what - at least 1GB of memory in it.
All that crappy compiler can EVER see is 640K of it - man, why did you bother to spend all that money on a nice new Ferrari, when you just drag it around with some tired old donkey.

Get a proper compiler which is matched to your OS.
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-gb/express/default.aspx
http://www.codeblocks.org/

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I wrote a simple prog. for drawing a circle .
Compiled it .. n THERE WAS NO ERROR.

But at the Execution time Error Occured :
BGI ERROR: Graphics not intialized use 'initgraph

I used initgraph olready .

1.Then i copied EVAVGA.BGI from BGI to BIN..
i tried again .. n a new ERROR on RUN TIME .
This system soes not support Full screen mode. Close to quit or smthing.
2. I gave the complete path in the initgraph .. ie:
int a=DETECT,b;
initgraph(&a,&b,"c:\TC\BIN");

still the result was same .
Plzz help me if ne one can .
I m using VISTA HOME PREMIUM.

hi Himanshu if you are not getting your tc editor in full screen mode just uninstall ur graphics driver from vista. if this full screen problem u don't have . so use two slash when u r assinging the path in initgraph .
you shuould do like
int a=DETECT,b;
initgraph(&a,&b,"c:\\tc\\bgi"); //use bgi not bin.
i hop u will get the solution of ur problem.
Saransh.

I know my frnd that the compiler i m using is not suitable for my system .
I just wanted to enquire some other options for the same compiler ( if there are any).
for eg:
If u want to run Turbo C IDE in full screen ..
restart n use SAFE MODE WITH COMMAND PROMPT .. n it works ..
.
thats y i was enquiring abt it .
M a btech student .. n in MY college ... i hv to use this Compiler only .

@saransh:
i tried everything.
ya but i hv nt yet tried for the graphics drivers u memntioned .
Can u plzz xplain it a bit more.

Phew, that's a relief.

Your continual butchery of the English language pretty much ensures you wouldn't be able to get a job.
http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html#writewell

As opposed to being merely incompetent with obsolete skills.

If your college tutors are so damn smart, go and pester THEM on how to run crapware compiler on your new OS.

I wrote a simple prog. for drawing a circle .
Compiled it .. n THERE WAS NO ERROR.

But at the Execution time Error Occured :
BGI ERROR: Graphics not intialized use 'initgraph

I used initgraph olready .

1.Then i copied EVAVGA.BGI from BGI to BIN..
i tried again .. n a new ERROR on RUN TIME .
This system soes not support Full screen mode. Close to quit or smthing.
2. I gave the complete path in the initgraph .. ie:
int a=DETECT,b;
initgraph(&a,&b,"c:\TC\BIN");
still the result was same .
Plzz help me if ne one can .
I m using VISTA HOME PREMIUM.

initgraph(&a,&b,"c:\TC\BGI"); <<== give bgi driver path