Cannot load package CORIDE50

I'm getting the following error when I start Delphi 5:

Can't load package c:\Program Files\Borland\delphi5\Bin\dclite50.bpl.
Cannot load package 'CORIDE50.'  It contains unit 'AppUtils,'; which is
also contained in package 'RXCTL5.'
Do you want to attempt to load this package the next time a project is

I've installed RXLib 2.75 correctly (as far as I can tell), and have been
using it for several days before this error showed up.

What's wrong and how can I fix it?
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It looks that the files of this component is missing or deleted from its original path. useing Delphi , select componenets , install Paclages, select that componenet and remove it.
you can then install it again if you want.

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The error you describe is a fairly common one in my experience. The RX library apparently contains a unit named AppUtils which apparently is also found in the CorIde package. The answer is to find out if they are in fact the same unit, if so, simply delete from one of the packages Apputils and recompile the package that contained it. If, on the other hand, they are diferent, then you are going to have to do a little more work to find out what AppUtils is and if you are going to be able to either A. Delete it entirely from one of the packages OR B. rename it to something that is not going to conflict with a unit in another package installed.

Good luck!!
GaryW021199Author Commented:
When I deleted then reinstalled the RXLib components, the error disappeared -- until the next time I added another third party component.  The error then reappeared until I again deleted and reinstalled RXLib.  It seems that RXLib has to be the last component package installed in order to keep the error from appearing.
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