Error = Unit forms was compiled with a different version of Classes.Tpersistent = HELP

Hi I was 'rearranging' some code in my latest project and created a few new units, however I used a reserved word top name the unit (accidentally of course ;) ), classes and unit (well what other names might u use for an RTS unit editor) and I got the following errors:

Unit forms was compiled with a different version of Classes.Tpersistent
Unit Graphics was compiled with a different version of Classes.Tpersistent

I don’t have a unit called forms or graphics and I have no idea how to solve this problem

please help !!!!

David

P>S> by the way I removed both units with reserved names.... so I don’t see what’s going wrong, surly someone else has had this before???
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bpanaCommented:
hi,

find the classes.dcu in the "unit output directory" of your project and delete it.
the one from 'C:\Program Files\Borland\Delphi6\Lib' should be used.

Bogdan
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DavidBirch2dotComAuthor Commented:
THanks bogdan, that worked :)

easy as that :)
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