Getting trouble Tags: Configuration Windows Vista Compatibility Last response: July 8, 2010 8:50 PM in Windows Vista Share Anonymous July 8, 2010 4:10:40 PM Hello, i am having trouble with vista..the problem is that i don't find borland c++ that is compatible with window vist 64 bit operating system.can someone suggest me from where i can find the Borland for 64 bit operating system..thanks More about : trouble Jonmor68 July 8, 2010 8:50:08 PM Contact Borland Support. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedHaving trouble getting my case fans/LEDs to work Forum SolvedHaving trouble getting this heat sink to sit Forum SolvedTrouble with getting new black print cartrige to print on HP 722C printer Forum SolvedHaving Trouble getting Video Signal from Brand new XFX Radeon R9 290X Graphics Card [solved] Forum SolvedI am doing a brand new build of a primarily gaming PC. I plan on getting windows 8.1 for my OS. I am having trouble understand Forum SolvedNew SSD Installation - Had trouble getting PC to recognize drive Forum SolvedHaving trouble getting a decent PC gaming build under $650 Forum SolvedTrouble getting screen to fit with new graphics card Forum SolvedBF4 Trouble Getting 60fps With 2x gigabyte 7870 Crossfire 1080p Forum SolvedTrouble with getting power button to work with motherboard. Forum SolvedTrouble getting my new graphics card to work. Forum SolvedTrouble getting audio from DVD to TV and from TV to AVR Forum Solvedhaving trouble getting pc to start Forum Trouble cloning my HDD to SDD with Casper 8.0: Keep getting "COPY SOURCE ERROR 123" and "COPY SOURCE ERROR 1920" Forum SolvedTrouble getting sound from home theatre system with my new tv - help appreciated! Forum Trouble getting driver for graphics card Forum Having trouble as new computer builder getting graphics card to run Forum Having trouble getting three monitors working, one monitor is a tablet, don't know what's wrong Forum Trouble getting wireless network after update Forum Having trouble getting four Dell Laptops to communicate through a Cisco Router without connecting to the Internet. Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows Vista categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security !