I am trying to register a simple ActiveX control through MS-ACCESS 97 running under Windows 95 and am having trouble with it conflicting with an already registered control. Using the References selection from the Tools menu, I can determine that "Microsoft Common Dialog Control 5.0" is MISSING. So I use the browse button to locate Comdlg32.ocx in the c:\windows\system folder and click Ok to register it. The MISSING status does not change. When I use the ActiveX Controls menu selection to try to register the control, there is already a listing for "Common Dialog Control" but it does not show a path/filename listing at the bottom of the window when it is selected. If I select this listing and click register, how do I know which .ocx file belongs to it. I tried registering it as c:windows\system\comdlg32.ocx but that doesn't cure my problem. When I select it and try to unregister it I get an error saying the control cannot be unregistered and that I need to use the application's setup program. But I don't know what that is. I am running the same MS-ACCESS database on another PC and it works fine. When I look at the ActiveX Control Registrations, "Microsoft Common Dialog Control 5.0" is registered as c:\windows\system\comdlg32.ocx and I do not see a listing for "Common Dialog Control" at all. I have tried copying the OCX file from the PC that works to the PC that does not but can not seem to get it to register properly. Are there more files than just the comdlg32.ocx involved here? Can someone tell me how to get this ActiveX Control registration issue solved?