Right, initially ran:
c: egsvr32 Amazing.dll
then, (accidentally - I might add) I must have run it again, and (indeed) again when new versions of 'Amazing.dll' were released. Yes - I know now I should've run:
c: egsvr32 /u Amazing.dll
beforehand - but hey! I forgot.
To cut to the chase, when add the COM reference in VS, I can see 3 instances of 'Amazing' all pointing to the same location (c:Amazing.dll), running
regsvr32 /u removes one of the references, the second time - does nothing...
How do I get rid of these references? Am I looking at a regedit scenario? - If so - what exactly happens if I delete one of the keys???