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Old July 20th, 2005, 03:08 PM
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Default system error 31 (MS Access)

I've gone from a 'stable' win98se system that runs PWS and ODBC Data Sources (32 bit), to a 'normal' win98SE system that chucks out the following error msg when I try to add a DSN:

  
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quote:Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers error '80004005'
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Specified driver could not be loaded due to system error 31 (Microsoft Access Driver (*.mdb)).

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Googling for the error code brings up a load of unresolved screams for help, but nothing that seems to apply to me. I tried repairing Office 2000 but got another error msg saying that such 'n such file (.txt/.csv) couldn't be accessed and therefore I'm up the Swannee. I've searched this site too, but can't find anything relevant.

If there's an easy fix, or if I've missed something blindingly obvious, I apologise now :-).

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And the solution is:

Google for 'MDAC' (Microsoft Data Access Components) and follow the instructions to download the latest version. Install, and away you go!

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