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tiggerbounce13

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Hello,

We are having trouble opening a program called visual dbase by borland. On a computer operating with the windows 98 operating system. I have tried to reinstall the program, and install the file that is missing and i am still getting the error message. The error message is as follows the driver file ntdps2 is not found. Is there someway to fix this?
 

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tig: We need a file extension!

If you can get me the file extension, I just might be able to get you a copy of that file. If it's a dll, I fear that you may just end up getting another message after that one that you're missing another dll...

What is the name of the file you're trying to open (include extension please)?

If you're just trying to get data out of it, you may be able to import it from Excel or Access, if you have those programs.
 

tiggerbounce13

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Hello,

Dreamboat the error message does not give us a ext to the file,

The Exact error message reads as follows:

Error Invalid Driver Name Or Insufficent System Resources: NTDPS2

Let Me Know IF This Helps Please
 

tiggerbounce13

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Yes, Dbase is installed on the machine, In fact I have uninstalled and tryed reinstall it on the machine and we still get the same error message?
 
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Are the ODBC drivers set up correctly on the PC in question? Look in 32Bit ODC manager in control panel. Found a similar problem with users and network profiles not accessing a borland database because the profiles were not created correctly.
 
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