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Coreid140.bpl and rtl140.bpl error in Delphi 2010Helpful Member! 

msgopala (Programmer)
3 Feb 12 10:12
Recently moved over from Delphi7 to Delphi2010.

Open a project, run, build and then run again crashes the ide and am getting a Coreid140.bpl and rtl140.bpl error. I have disabled JVC debugger as we do not use it but that did not help. Have checked library path for incorrect paths.

This is a pretty consistent error.

msgopala

Helpful Member!  majlumbo (Programmer)
3 Feb 12 15:10
Unfortunately, I get the same error, only when creating components.  The only thing I found works (I've uninstalled, re-installed), is creating a new windows user (make sure you installation of D2010 was to allow all users access to it), and the problem just magically disappears if you work from the new user's account.  Not a pretty solution, I know???

If you find a better solution, please post it...   

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