I'm using VB6. I've completed my program, compiled it, and run it through the Package & Deployment Wizard. I was very excited as I loaded my first ever VB program onto another computer. The setup portion of the program seemed a bit slow, but otherwise, the program loaded perfectly. I became more excited as the user executed the program on its new platform. He made it through 27 of the 30 forms in the program without a hitch. However, on form 28, the program is supposed to add to and update a database. As the error notice came up, I was sick. The program ran perfectly, but has the wrong path for the database. The next form showed a different error, but I believe it's related to the database path also. Is this fixable? In the design mode, the database is located in the VB98 directory, for ease of use. That's exactly where the error message said it wasn't on the other computer, because this guy doesn't have VB at all. What in the world have I done wrong this time????