By: Kris Houser
Abstract: Describes the contents of update 1 and gives installation/download instructions
This file contains important supplementary information that might not appear in the main product documentation. Embarcadero recommends that you read this file in its entirety.
This document refers to "the product" when the information applies to two personalities: Delphi 2010 and C++Builder 2010.
For general information about installation, deployment, and licensing, see the Install, Deploy, and License files located, by default, at C:\Program Files\Embarcadero\RAD Studio\7.0.
Delphi and C++Builder 2010 Update 1 is an MSI-based patch.
This update can be applied over any of the following products:
You can install this update in any of three ways:
If you selected "Check for Updates Automatically" when you installed the product, you should automatically be notified when an update is available for download. Click the notification and follow the instructions to download and install the Update.
If you don't receive an automatic notification about the update, you can check for updates manually:
Update 1 is also available for download from the registered users download pages as follows:
Download <RADStudio2010Update1.zip> to your computer and extract the zip file to install the update.
Note: This update process might take fifteen minutes or more to complete. You should avoid stopping the Update installation once it has started.
If you need to uninstall the update, you must uninstall the entire product and reinstall the RTM build. It is not possible to uninstall only the update.
RAD Studio 2010 Update 1 includes the following fixes:
On Windows 7 and Vista, a spurious warning message has been observed. If you receive a warning at the end of the installation (stating that setup may not have completed successfully), but you did not see any errors during the actual install, please disregard the warning about setup not completing successfully.
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