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Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by lindzog, Jul 28, 2006.

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  1. lindzog

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    Does anyone know what this message means?
    "Error 1919.Error configuring ODBC data source: MS Access Database. ODBC
    error 6. Component not found in the registry. Verify that the file MS Access
    Database exists and that you can access it."

    Im getting this whenever i run Detect and Repair in my Office 2003 Pro. I
    also get it when I try repair using the disc, or try running Reinstall. Is
    this an Office file or a System file of some sort? I could try uninstalling
    but then I might find I can install afterwards? all help appreciated.
     
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  3. Rainbow01

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    from Rainbow01 Hong Kong

    1) make sure all component was fully install (that mean Full Version install
    in Office2003)
    2) try to Update Office 2003 Service Pack 2

    "lindzog" 來函:

    > Does anyone know what this message means?
    > "Error 1919.Error configuring ODBC data source: MS Access Database. ODBC
    > error 6. Component not found in the registry. Verify that the file MS Access
    > Database exists and that you can access it."
    >
    > Im getting this whenever i run Detect and Repair in my Office 2003 Pro. I
    > also get it when I try repair using the disc, or try running Reinstall. Is
    > this an Office file or a System file of some sort? I could try uninstalling
    > but then I might find I can install afterwards? all help appreciated.
     
  4. lindzog

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    tks yes. ive done both of them. I think ive finally fixed this but it was a
    nightmare.
    I tried the xp Recovery disk and repaired but that didnt do it...ie didnt
    replace the missing Mdac registry files which is the cause.
    Later, with the help of an HP phone support person (Hp email support is
    totally useless and dangerous) we solved it by finding the Mdac installation
    file in C/Windows/inf and hitting Install. It prompted for the XP disc, where
    I was able to find the files and reinstall them. AFter that detect and repair
    works again.
    No fun though. tks for your reply.

    "Rainbow01" wrote:

    > from Rainbow01 Hong Kong
    >
    > 1) make sure all component was fully install (that mean Full Version install
    > in Office2003)
    > 2) try to Update Office 2003 Service Pack 2
    >
    > "lindzog" 來函:
    >
    > > Does anyone know what this message means?
    > > "Error 1919.Error configuring ODBC data source: MS Access Database. ODBC
    > > error 6. Component not found in the registry. Verify that the file MS Access
    > > Database exists and that you can access it."
    > >
    > > Im getting this whenever i run Detect and Repair in my Office 2003 Pro. I
    > > also get it when I try repair using the disc, or try running Reinstall. Is
    > > this an Office file or a System file of some sort? I could try uninstalling
    > > but then I might find I can install afterwards? all help appreciated.
     
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