I am using Delphi XE4 Update 1. When I build and run a simple VCL application compiled with Win64 platform on Windows 8. I encountered an error:
"Unable to create process: ...\project1.exe"
However, it works if I run the
project1.exe without debugging.
I have tried to figure out what happens but failed to rectify the problem.
I have tried these:
Uninstall and reinstall XE4
C:\Program Files (x86)\Embarcadero\RAD Studio\11.0\bin\dbkw64_18_0.exe and it flash a while and close without any errors. Other Window 8 machine will run the program and stay in the desktop.
I reset Window 8 Firewall rules. When I run the app in debugger, it didn't prompt me the usual firewall rules dialog.
I add a Firewall rules for
dbkw64_18_0.exe and but it doesn't work
When I attempt to debug the app with Win64 platform, a new process
rmtdbg180.exe is created. Each attempt to start the app in debugger will create a new
rmtdbg180.exe process. This doesn't happen on other Windows 8 machine.
Anyone has ideas what happen to my machine?
dbkw64_18_0.exeis installed default location:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Embarcadero\RAD Studio\11.0\bin. It has local Administrators group as well.
AQTimebefore on my machine but I have uninstalled it.
In my case, following RSP-29884 comments, the problem has been solved running the following command line.
netsh int ipv4 add excludedportrange protocol=tcp startport=64448 numberofports=1
C:\Program Files (x86)\CodeGear\RAD Studio\5.0\bin folder and find
bds.exe than click on right button and select run as administrator. It works properly.
The debugger fails to connect to the port 64448 because the port is in the excluded ports list. To check the list execute:
netsh int ipv4 show excludedportrange protocol=tcp
To flush this list stop and restart the winnat service.
Run as Admin:
net stop winnat and
net start winnat
Now recheck the list with netsh.
Debug works again.
You probably blocked bds.exe in your firewall. To debug 64bit application you must allow bds.exe to connect to the internet, or at least to local network.
May be you checked "Run this program as an Administrator" in Executable File Properties menu Compatibility tab. Uncheck this
Just encountered this issue with Berlin and was able to resolve it by going to the Bin64 folder and resetting the security settings through the advanced settings.
Save and close Delphi then restart it with Run As Administrator. It worked for me.
Get full access in the security tab for the current user to the path where the project files are located. For instance, set the necessary privileges for the top directory and then inherit them for all deeper paths. There is no need to run RAD with administrator rights.