Has this problem been fixed? I just ordered at 350 Mhz Pentium II and am
wondering if I will be able to use TR.
Tree N6TR wrote:
> > I am using a 300 MHZ PII Computer with 128 Meg of ram. Everytime I run
> > "Post" I receive a "RUNTIME ERROR 200 @ 17AF:0091"
> > I currently have 6.24 installed. This happens under a DOS Shell via WIN95
> > OSR 2.1 and also when booting directly to the DOS prompt.
> > My computer systems is configured for removable hard drives. I have a
> > seperate hard drive running DOS 6.22 and receive the same runtime error on
> > that as well. However, the memory location is 1739:0091.
> > On my 486, I have no problem running post and having it work correctly.
> > Any help is greatly appreciated.
> Well, this appears to be the same basic problem that we had when the
> 166 MHz processors showed up. When Borland created their delay routine
> for the Pascal compiler I am using, they didn't make it "166 MHz
> compliant". What happened is that a number they computed as a divisor
> got too big if the processor was running too fast - and created an
> overflow situation.
> I will investigate this as I am sure that the Borland Pascal underground
> has probably already seen this and someone has created a new patch to
> fix the problem. I will try to have this figured out for the next
> Does TR run on the Pentium II computer? I would expect the same thing to
> 73 Tree
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