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Type 'JRO.JetEngine' Is not defined.

Type 'JRO.JetEngine' Is not defined.

Type 'JRO.JetEngine' Is not defined.

(OP)
Here's the situation.

I let a large printer manufacter remote into my computer to fix an issue. In their repairs they must have deleted a file which has caused the "Type 'JRO.JetEngine' Is not defined." error in ALL of my applications in development.

I have try to do a repair on my Visual Studio Professional installation but NO luck.

Any ideas as to the problem?

Cheers.

RE: Type 'JRO.JetEngine' Is not defined.


Do a search for msjro.dll on your hard drive.  

Check the references in your applications for 'Microsoft Jet and Replication Objects 2.6 Library', under the COM tab.

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