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Access failed to start correctly last time..... starting

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by lingram, Nov 11, 2005.

  1. lingram

    lingram
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    We're running Access 2003 on Windows Server 2003. Front End/Back End and
    using an .mde front end. Some time back in pre-history the db crashed and
    thereafter this message presents at start up. No amount of enabling disabled
    documents, repairing and compacting, replacing etc stops the message.
    Meanwhile the db continues to open and run fine. Anyone know how to turn it
    off?
     
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  3. Larry Linson

    Larry Linson
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    "lingram" <lingram@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote

    > We're running Access 2003 on Windows Server 2003. Front End/Back End and
    > using an .mde front end. Some time back in pre-history the db crashed and
    > thereafter this message presents at start up. No amount of enabling
    > disabled
    > documents, repairing and compacting, replacing etc stops the message.
    > Meanwhile the db continues to open and run fine. Anyone know how to turn
    > it
    > off?


    Can you be specific as to "this message"?

    Did you try to re-create the DB by creating a new, empty DB and impoting all
    the objects from the old one.

    Larry Linson
    Microsoft Access MVP
     
  4. lingram

    lingram
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    The message is "Access failed to start correctly last time. Starting Access
    in safe mode will help you correct or isolate a startup prolem in order to
    successfully start the program. Some functionality may be disabled in thi
    smode. Do you want to start Access in safe mode? YN

    The message orinated following a problem with the front end, an .mde file. I
    replaced that .mde file with an entirely new one created form the original
    ..mdb file. We have been using the database (without going in to safe mode)
    for probabably 4-5 months now, without any problems. The message, however,
    continuess to re-appear.

    "Larry Linson" wrote:

    > "lingram" <lingram@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote
    >
    > > We're running Access 2003 on Windows Server 2003. Front End/Back End and
    > > using an .mde front end. Some time back in pre-history the db crashed and
    > > thereafter this message presents at start up. No amount of enabling
    > > disabled
    > > documents, repairing and compacting, replacing etc stops the message.
    > > Meanwhile the db continues to open and run fine. Anyone know how to turn
    > > it
    > > off?

    >
    > Can you be specific as to "this message"?
    >
    > Did you try to re-create the DB by creating a new, empty DB and impoting all
    > the objects from the old one.
    >
    > Larry Linson
    > Microsoft Access MVP
    >
    >
    >
     
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