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The ol' Runtime 200 error

The ol' Runtime 200 error

The ol' Runtime 200 error


Well, the famous runtime error 200 has recently struck me below the belt and i no longer have an idea what to do.
I recently upgraded to a 2.5Ghz computer.  I have MoSlo installed on my PC and I tried to run TP at 10% processor speed.  No runtime error, yay.  But....(awful)
When I tried to execute the program it says division by zero.  (there is no maths involved in my program, so that cant be correct)

If anyone has run into the same problem, please help.

RE: The ol' Runtime 200 error

The TP IDE has no problems with processor speed, its the programs you compile with the crt unit that cause them.
If you do a little search on the web, you will find two ways of correcting the problem: a patch program you can apply on compiled TP applications and a patched crt unit.

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