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Office 2003,Access 2003 and PMC 2000

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

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  1. ORRIRO

    ORRIRO
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    GREETINGS and thanks in advance

    I am having a problem with our PMC2000 and Office 2003 and was
    wondering if you might be able to shed some light. I have been looking
    on Google and Dogpile for the last 2 days with no luck as of yet…but
    still looking. Here is the issue; A new replacement DELL GX520 PC with
    all critical patches installed to date. I installed Office and opened
    all programs in Office to complete install…then installed PMC2000 (this
    uses Access 2000 runtime).

    I can open Access first with no issue,

    Then I can open PMC. Work in PMC for a few minutes then close
    software.

    When I go back to Office Access 2003 and try to open I receive a "The
    parameter is incorrect" error. If I look in the event log I find these
    (2) warnings;

    Detection of product '[5A6D4035-F285-4A0F-977D-BB900825463B]' feature
    'WIFEAT00000001', component '[3F604754-C638-4FA9-9FC2-7E3E5ADE03F3]'
    failed. The resource 'C:\WINDOWS\Prefetch\GLJ46.TMP-35EE16B.pf' does
    not exist.
    Source: MsiInstaller Event ID: 1004

    NOTE:'C:\WINDOWS\Prefetch\GLJ46.TMP-35EE16B.pf' Does exist in the
    location called out.
    NOTE:'[5A6D4035-F285-4A0F-977D-BB900825463B]' feature 'WIFEAT00000001'
    are found in the registry. The rest is not found in the registry.

    Followed by…

    Detection of product '[5A6D4035-F285-4A0F-977D-BB900825463B]' feature
    'WIFEAT00000001' failed during request for component
    '[50B5FED5-115B-46DC-9042-D8172570D03BE]'
    Source: MsiInstaller Event ID: 1001

    NOTE:'[5A6D4035-F285-4A0F-977D-BB900825463B]' feature 'WIFEAT00000001'
    are found in the registry. The rest is not found in the registry.

    I then go into Control Panel and do a repair of MS Office and Access
    now works correctly until the next time I run PMC then I receive the
    same error and I have to go back and repair Office again.

    Any assistance is greatly appreciated




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  3. Tony Toews

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    ORRIRO <ORRIRO.2av6tm@officefrustration.com> wrote:

    >I am having a problem with our PMC2000 and Office 2003 and was
    >wondering if you might be able to shed some light. I have been looking
    >on Google and Dogpile for the last 2 days with no luck as of yet…but
    >still looking. Here is the issue; A new replacement DELL GX520 PC with
    >all critical patches installed to date. I installed Office and opened
    >all programs in Office to complete install…then installed PMC2000 (this
    >uses Access 2000 runtime).


    Aha, A2000 runtime. You should be talking to your vendor who
    supplied the PMC2000 program whatever that is.

    Tell them the folks at www.sagekey.com have a nice system which takes
    care of these kinds of problems. If they are already using Sagekey
    then they need to bump your problem to Sagekey.

    Other than that I don't think we can help you. I don't think I've
    ever seen this error message reported Nope, searching at Google
    groups shows you are the only person to report both
    5A6D4035-F285-4A0F-977D-BB900825463B and WIFEAT00000001.

    Hmm, there are several postings with respect to WIFEAT00000001 that
    also mention Acrobat 5.0. Do you have that installed as well?

    The fundamental problem is that a runtime version of Access simply
    doesn't play well with the full version of Access. Unfortunately
    you've encountered one of the more bizarre manifestations.

    One possibility might be to try disabling Windows Prefetch.

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/d...en-us/xpehelp/html/xetskDisablingPrefetch.asp

    Please let us know if this helps.

    Tony
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