I used Turbo C with both C:\TC and C:\TC\BIN in the path (not a file, the directories).
Had no problems, but my shortcut on the desktop changed me to TC\BIN for all work in the IDE.
You may have other difficulties because Vista is more 32 bit, whereas I was using XP, but try putting both directories in the PATH, and re-booting. Be sure your path change is in the Windows environmental variables, and not the old DOS config.sys and autoexec.bat files. Windows has it's own (similar files), but you can use control panel >> system >> environmental variables, also.
Also make sure the PATH environment variable isn't very long. TC is a 16-bit compiler and can't handle long environment variables like 32/64-bit programs can. You may have to use a batch file to shorten the path to only essential directories.
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