I ran into the same problem a while back and found this info on another m/b. It cured the problem for me. <br>
How can compile my program to just an exe file that doesn't depend on Borland DLL's or BPL's?<br>
Choose Project->Settings (Shift-Ctrl-F11)<br>
On the "Linker" page uncheck "Use dynamic RTL"<br>
On the "Packages" page uncheck "Build with Runtime packages"<br>
After that you need to perform a complete Build of your project to make the new settings work.<br>
: I compiled an EXE in Borland C++ Builder and sent it to my friend for him to try out but he told me it gave him some error (he's missing a DLL?). I solved this problem somehow before but couldn't do it this time. I looked everywhere in options. I clicked the Full Release button and all sorts of other things but each time I sent it he responded that he couldn't run it. Argh! And yes, I know I'm overlooking something very simple but it's just killing me.
I think it has to do with linking external DLLs in the EXE?? but I think I tried that too. Any help would be really appreciated. Thanks!<br>