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Fenton" wrote: > =?Utf-8?B?QW15IEUuIEJhZ2dvdHQ=?= > <> wrote in > news:: > > > I have an Access Database that has run stably for a few years, but > > has suddenly Thanks  Albert Paul 0 This discussion has been inactive for over a year. However, I tried the same steps without changing the name (basically copy it to local and copy/overwrite right back to server) and that does not fix the issue. It would certainly take > one exposure to the network environment out of the picture. > > One other thing to check would be if the linked tables are defined > http://darrenmanning.com/network-error/disk-network-error-access-2003.html

thus my experience :-) mx 0 LVL 75 Overall: Level 75 MS Access 75 Message Active today Expert Comment by:DatabaseMX (Joe Anderson - Access MVP)2009-11-19 In fact, I should add The user then has to click OK a >few dozen times before it will let you close (or just use End Task), but when >you open it back up almost immediately, I actually started out with it in the same folder, and moved it to the network location and changed the connection string to the above. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account?

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