I have a VB6 program that uses an MS Access database and runs happlily on XP. When I package it for install and try to install it on a Windows 7 machine, I get "version conflict" mesages for several dlls, notably MSVCRT, msjter40 (and the others associated with the Jet engine and installed on $WinSysPathSysFile) and dao360 (installed on $MSDAOPath). I seem to remember there is a way of having multiple DLLs versions to get round this but haven't been able to find much on how to do this. Can anyone help, or point me at an article on resolving this? I don't want to disturb any of the newer versions - but if I choose to keep them, I can read from the database but not write to it.