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TOPIC: Linker Error LME288

Linker Error LME288 5 years 1 month ago #7804

All of these fixes are just band aids that eventually fall off.

I have Rad Studio 10.1 with update 2. I use C++ exclusively.

The Edit Bin worked for me, then Windows does an update, and now I can't link again. Or even reboot and it will stop working. I know this doesn't make sense but that's how it is.

I've set the Data Execution Prevention to exclude "ilink32.exe", didn't work.

I've set the compatibility of bds.exe to WIN 7 (then the program won't even run).

I've set the ILINK32.exe and BDS.exe to RUN AS ADMIN, doesn't work.

All of the things above may work for a day or two, but none fix the problem.

I currently have a version that was edited with EDITBIN and it doesn't work, I get LME288 errors 100% of the time. So today I have been working for 5 hours and haven't been able to link even once.

I also deleted all files in the WIN32\Debug folder, still get LME288

Started RAD STUDIO with no project, loaded project, still have LME288 error.

Not happy!

Linker Error LME288 4 years 11 months ago #8302

Have you tested to reduce the PATH environment variable? It helped me with XE7. The PATH needed to be shorter than 2048 characters.

Linter Error LME288 has many origins. The above solutions does not help when linker uses a lot of memory.
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