We don't think the issue is with the network since Access is the only application that seems to get the error. If I do find anything, I'll definately post it. Two weeks went by and nothing happened. My part in this was to give my help to him, making sure that the whole thing was legal, since no one wants to take the risk of doing something illegal. http://darrenmanning.com/network-error/disk-network-error-access-vba.html
I didn't write the app, but I do believe it is split into FE/BE. My client then asked me to alter it to make it perfectly legal. Fenton email@example.com wrote in news:db**********************************@64g2000h sw.googlegroups.com : Also, if this was a network hardware issue, i wonder why this only affects a few of our most-used backend databases, and never our Check them out and maybe one will help you out. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/251254
It seems pretty clear to me that Access is timing out trying to get locks on either the LDB file or the MDB file (or both). One crucial thing I failed to mention: this is an entirely Access 97setup, so I don't think OpLocks could have anything to do with it,as that's something that started being an Has anyone seen this before and if so what caused it and how resolved?
Contact us. The search engine will give you a ton of message forums; don't just grab the ones on the first page, dig deep and grab some from the middle and the back The problem was occurring on a new machine that I quickly noticed did not have a mapped drive ‘E:' because E: was assigned to a secondary CD-R drive. Microsoft Access Disk Or Network Error Fenton http://www.dfenton.com/ usenet at dfenton dot com http://www.dfenton.com/DFA/ Feb 20 '08 #8 P: n/a David W.
Fenton http://www.bway.net/~dfenton dfenton at bway dot net http://www.bway.net/~dfassoc Nov 13 '05 #7 P: n/a David W. Disk Or Network Error Access 2003 Fenton firstname.lastname@example.org wrote in news:16**********************************@34g2000h sz.googlegroups.com : On the Tools/ Options/Advanced tab, we have a 30/60/2/1500/250 for each of our front- and back-end dbs. Other database programs, firewalls, or any other program that uses the network heavily. http://www.neowin.net/forum/topic/1065734-access-97-on-windows-xp-mode-random-disk-or-network-errors/ Access 97 uses 3.51, while the code you show appeas to be attempting to open an Access 2000 database (OLEDB.4.0).
Nicholas Holland on November 14, 2005 One of our clients called and reported an issue with a MS Access database. Disk Or Network Error 3043 Keep in mind that Access pings the back end/LDB file every 1 second (or whatever you've set as your refresh interval), and when it doesn't get an answer, it throws DISK Reply With Quote 12-19-2000,03:16 PM #4 mire Guest Re: Access97 - Disk or network error I get the same message if ODBC or some other refresh timeout is set to a I could hardly believe it.
This is a plain vanilla setup, with Office and Pegasus Mail being just about the only programs being used on these PCs. http://forums.devx.com/showthread.php?50399-Access97-Disk-or-network-error Roberts David W. Disk Or Network Error Access Database To my relief, it corrected the ‘Disk or network error.' problem. Ms Access Disk Or Network Error I have verified that all jetdb versions are the same across all systems (TS and workstations).
The time now is 07:26 AM. weblink After all it's almost certainly only your Access app which is showing any problems. This error affects users on both of them. Was working in Word. Ms Access Disk Or Network Error Message
You're done with your first one, Congratulations. They think this program is designed to beat them out of a few dollars. All rights reserved. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 http://darrenmanning.com/network-error/disk-network-error-access.html Both of our Terminal Servers have one network connection.
The problem machines are laptops, so it's not that simple or cheap. -- David W. Microsoft Odbc Microsoft Access Driver Disk Or Network Error Perhaps a NIC, a hub (port), or a cable. Results 1 to 5 of 5 Thread: Access97 - Disk or network error Tweet Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to
Access is fairly sensitive with this sort of problem. As far as Nicholas' personality, again -- we'll quote him directly: "I love to dream and create. Let them know of your success after it works. Access 2010 Disk Or Network Error It is very sensitive to intermittent network issues.
I'm also quite prejudiced against hardware failure as a cause of these kinds of errors, as I have never had a single instance of this kind of problem that was *not* Their excuse is that it is old and limited. Our team deserves a fun, engaging work environment that promotes learning, growth, and team work. his comment is here NOTE: This service is 100% legal - (Refer to title 18 section 1302 of the U.S.
A sleep setting on the hard drive will cause this error.
There can also be a very significant investment in time to convert from an Access BE to SQL Server. I have an Access97 >> database that is used by myself and one other user. You can install on WinXP. Reply With Quote November 17th, 2001,10:23 AM #11 vincentm View Profile View Forum Posts Junior Member Join Date Nov 2001 Location Montreal.
When the application is running on machine B, then the application on machine A cannot access the data and gives us the same message. You have all to win and nothing to loose.