Option Group Issue in Access 2013

I have a form with an option group.
When in form mode, it will not allow a selection, it simply bings.
Any thoughts on where this went sideways on me would be greatly appreciated.
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Dale FyeOwner, Developing Solutions LLCCommented:
what types of controls do you have in the option group?

Are you sure the controls are actually in the OG?  What are the values associated with each of the controls in the OG?

Is the form configured for "allow edits"?

Is the OG locked?
DGWhittakerAuthor Commented:
I have attached the settings for the option group.
Hope this helps!
Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
I notice that the field name is "ResultID"
If this is a Primary key Autonumber field, ...then an option group will not work...
You cannot add edit or modify an autonumber field value.
(When it "bings" do you see a meessage like this in the status bar:
I have attached the settings for the option group.
Yes, ...but as dales asked, ...we also need to see the settings for the form...

Was this always an issue (as soon as you added the option group)
...Or was this option group always working fine, ...then something changed?
Can you still make a selection with the "Bing"?
Any code associated with this Option group?

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DGWhittakerAuthor Commented:
The warning message states:
"The Recordset is not updateable"
It was working previously, and I haven't been able to figure out what changed.
Hoping to get some insight on where to look.

I have attached all of the form settings this time.
Thanks for your help!
Dale FyeOwner, Developing Solutions LLCCommented:
If it was "working before" but you are now getting a "recordset is not updateable" message, chances are that you changed the query that is the recordSource of the form.  Did you change your recordsource recently?

There are a number of reasons a recordset might not be updateable.

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Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
...also, ...this one field would not be the only one that was not update-able...
DGWhittakerAuthor Commented:
Found it!
I had added another table to the query, which when removed solved the problem.
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