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can't find MS access database

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  1. nvb

    nvb Thread Starter

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    I am trying to install Outlook 2000. I get ..."Error 1919, error configuring ODBC data source, ODBC error 6, MS access database component not found in registry. Verify that the file MS access database exists and that you can access it." I have tried searching for this file with out luck. I have downloaded all XP updates. The "free" expert phone consultation that comes with certain services and hardwear, had me doing a lot of reconfiguring of my system to solve other problems. All kinds of things didn't work after that. I have finally managed to get every thing working again, but wonder if this is something else that the "expert" had me turn off. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
     
  2. telecom69

    telecom69 Gone but never forgotten

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    Hi nvb,I dont know if this will help,I found it during a search,
    This error is caused by missing operating system components on your PC. These components are required to connect to ODBC databases.

    Resolution
    1. Download and install Microsoft Data Access Components v2.7 from Microsoft. Note that the download link is at the bottom of the Microsoft's web page.
    2.
    Download and install Microsoft Jet 4.0 SP3 from Microsoft. Note that the download link is at the bottom of the Microsoft's web page

    And I think the place to go to for that is here http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/nhp/Default.asp?contentid=28001860
     
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