Sorry I am late replying to this, but I haven't been around lately.
Fatal: Unable to open file "C0W32.OBJ"
OK, it looks like you haven't created a default linker configuration file yet, or else you need to add an /L switch with the directory where the Borland *.lib and startup (*.obj) files are located.
Do you have an ilink32.cfg file in your Borland \bin directory? If so, what does it look like?
Actually, I'm not sure whether the .cfg files are used by UEStudio. Make sure you have selected the "Borland Inprise Compiler". I always like to click the "Make Configuration Local" button which saves the entire configuration in the project directory in case I mess something up. Click "Edit Configuration". Now scroll down in the right-hand pane until you see this section:
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COPT = -c -q -VF -$(Generate Code) // long line snipped....
PATH = $(CPATH)\Bin;%PATH%
INCLUDE = $(CPATH)\Include
LIB = /L$(CPATH)\Lib /L$(CPATH)\Lib\PSDK
Check the definition of "CPATH" under the [Variables] section, and make sure it is showing you the right path. You should probably have that in your Windows PATH environment variable, too. Make sure that the \Include and \Lib subdirectories exist, i.e. haven't been renamed; otherwise you can tell UEStudio where they are by manually editing the appropriate lines above.