When running windows 98, how do I install Borland C++ 3.0 for DOS (from the Turbo Suite) if I am getting an error that reads "Too Many Subdirectories"?
-Create a boot disk:
open up control panel (under Start|Settings)
select add/remove programs
click on the create startup disk tab
insert a blank disk and click create disk (be sure that you are enabling CD ROM support)
-Be sure that you have the Turbo Suite CD in your CD ROM drive before proceding
-Restart your computer, leaving the boot disk you just created in the drive:
Click Start|Shut Down
Choose Restart My Computer
-Choose to start your computer in dos mode with CD ROM support.
-From the DOS prompt, navigate to the TURBOC30 directory on the CD ROM drive (it could be a different letter than usual, due to booting from a diskette:
type- E: (again, this could be a different
letter, depending on what letter your CD ROM was assigned)
type- CD TURBOC30
-The installation process should proceed from this point. If you are encountering problems navigating to the correct directory, try to selecting a different drive letter, and listen to your CD ROM drive to see if it being accessed by the drive letter you've selected.
-When prompted for the source drive for the installation, type in the drive letter you navigated to in order to get to your CD ROM to start the installation.
-When prompted for the source path enter TURBOC30
-Highlight the directories option, and set the install drive directories to your C drive
-Hit enter to confirm your entry. Make sure your other directories have been correctly entered (i.e. they're all on your C drive)
-Highlight Begin Installation and hit enter.
Last Modified: 20-JUN-00