Windows 7

If you're working with Windows 7 and want to install Code Development Systems, contact for more information and Windows 7-specific installers.

For Code Development Systems using WinHelp help files, Microsoft offers a version of WinHelp for Windows 7. You can get it in the Download Center.

Installation Support


Installation notes

  • Code Development Systems use standard Windows install packages.
  • Installation makes minimal changes to the Windows Registry.
  • CDS install an entry under Start|Programs|Byte Craft. This entry starts the BCLIDE. To run the compiler separately, open the installation folder (by default C:\Program Files\Byte Craft\CDS
  • At any time, you can retrieve your CDS' serial number by opening a project in BCLIDE and choosing Help|About, or starting the CDS compiler executable directly.

Installation under Windows: 16-bit subsystem error

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Installation under Windows Vista

If you have a 64-bit version of Windows Vista, contact Byte Craft Limited for installation support.

Installation problems under Windows XP

We've heard a few reports that installing Code Development Systems under Windows XP occasionally fails with the message:

"16 bit Windows Subsystem
The system file is not suitable for running MS-DOS and
Microsoft Windows applications. Choose 'Close' to
terminate the application.
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