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Article #19394: Why does my compiler crash windows when I load it up?

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FAQ4394C.txt   :Why does my compiler crash windows when I load it up?
Category   :IDE
Platform    :All-32Bit
Product    :All-CBuilder,   

Question:
C++Builder crashes Windows when I run it. How do I fix this?

Answer:
What usually causes this is a conflict in softare and/or
hardware drivers. Try running C++Builder in Windows
Safe-Mode. You can get to safe-mode by hitting 'F8'
when your screen says "Starting Windows 9x..." at boot
time. Choose option 3 from the menu: "Safe Mode". Once
in safe-mode run C++Builder.

If C++Builder runs then
something is conflicting with it when running in normal
Windows. The most common things that can conflict with
C++Builer are Virus Scanners running in the background
and new Video Drivers. If you are running a Virus Sanner,
try uninstalling it and rebooting. Chances are this will
fix the problem. If it new hardware was installed on your
system, like a video card, then try putting the old one
back in your system, using different drivers or simply
uninstalling the new piece of hardware.

Unfortunately these sort of conflics are not always cut and
dry "this is the problem". You may have to find the
problem through trial and error.

2/22/1999 1:48:01 PM
 

Last Modified: 01-SEP-99