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MS Access ODBC error

MS Access ODBC error

MS Access ODBC error

(OP)
Getting error message MSACCESS caused an invalid page fault in module FST6ODBC.dll at 015f:1000e310. This error happens when executing program in WIN98SE but it runs fine in NT 4.0
Any sugestions?

RE: MS Access ODBC error


Which version of Access are you running? What ODBC datasource are you using? I'm unfamiliar with the fst6odbc.dll.

Terry

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RE: MS Access ODBC error

(OP)
We are using Access 97 and FST6ODBC.DLL is from Fourth Shift ERP system. If we re-install Access and Fourth Shift client it works fine for a while. And for no apparent reason it stops working.

RE: MS Access ODBC error

how many different users/profiles log on to the machines in question? is it specific to any users or other situations?
must narrow down the possibilities..

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