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Old 15-09-2008
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Turbo Delphi and VIsta, compatible?

I have a question, is Turbo Delphi compatible with Vista?

I'm talking about the free version. What needs to be installed? Coed it needs 20,000 prerequisites? Going to buy a computer with Vista and i am thinking on it a little on.

I want to make sure that any problem will not arise if i format my future PC for this purpose. But then, i know i will lose guarantee. Well, there is no such stuff recently in my PC.

Thanks for any forthcoming answers.
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Ok....perhaps I found the answer.

Finally! (or how to install Turbo Delphi on Vista RC2)
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Is this the release candidate? the versions are currently around OEM or Retail? however instructions should be valid the same.
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I did not understand personally only one thing .... what is meant eby Windows Vista RC1 and RC2?

Anyways, thanks for your response. That really helped me
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