VCL UI Pack install fails on Builder 11.2

I am installing TMS VCL UI Pack v11.0.1.0 (Jan 5, 2023) on a new Windows 11 computer with C++Builder 11.2 Pro with all patches installed.

During installation the 64bit compile fails because there is a missing 64 bit global path in Builder 11.2. The clip below is from my TMS Log File. The solution to this was described here in the forums on October, 22, 2022 in a posted labeled "Automatic build (installer based) fails on C++ Builder 11.2 patch level 1 on Win64" The solution was to include the 64 bit DCP path into C++Builder but I am not sure how to do this. Can you tell me what path I need to add and where I need to add it. I believe it goes in, Tools->Options->Language->C++->Path and Directories. but not sure.

-----LOG FILE-----
Done Building Project "C:\Users\Nitro\AppData\Local\tmssoftware\registered\TMS VCL UI Pack\TMSVCLUIPackPkgExDXE14.dproj" (Build target(s)) -- FAILED.


"C:\Users\Nitro\AppData\Local\tmssoftware\registered\TMS VCL UI Pack\TMSVCLUIPackPkgExDXE14.dproj" (Build target) (1) ->
(_PasCoreCompile target) ->
AdvTouchKeyboard.pas(536): error E2213: Bad packaged unit format: C:\Users\Public\Documents\Embarcadero\Studio\22.0\Dcp\TMSVCLUIPackPkgDXE14.dcp.AdvStyleIF - Expected version: 35.0, Windows Unicode(x64) Found version: 35.0, Windows Unicode(x86) [C:\Users\Nitro\AppData\Local\tmssoftware\registered\TMS VCL UI Pack\TMSVCLUIPackPkgExDXE14.dproj]

0 Warning(s)
1 Error(s)

This is due to a bug Embarcadero caused in C++Builder 11.2 patch 1.

Embarcadero described it in this blog:

The steps to solve this:

Library Path Configuration

The RAD Studio 11.2 installation has an error in the configuration of the library path. Due to this configuration problem, linking with runtime packages fails, as reported in Quality Portal as RSP-39031 (Win64 build with runtime packages can’t find Win64 DCP files).

To address the issue you can alternatively:

Install the .reg file included in the patch download. We recommend you to follow this step only if you have a fresh install with no migrated settings and no third party component installed.

Use the IDE Tools Options dialog, select Language – Delphi – Library page and there the Windows 64-bit platform. Replace $(BDSCOMMONDIR)Dcp with $(BDSCOMMONDIR)Dcp$(Platform)

Open the Windows Registry Editor application (regedit), and make the following changes:

In the key –>


change the “Search Path” value to

In the key –>


change the “Search Path” value to $(BDSLIB)$(Platform)release;$(BDSUSERDIR)Imports$(Platform);$(BDSUSERDIR)Imports$(Platform);$(BDS)Imports;$(BDSCOMMONDIR)Dcp$(Platform);$(BDS)include