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Re: Link Tables Dialog does not open ODBC dialog

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

  1. Doug Chamberlin

    Doug Chamberlin
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    Gareth wrote:

    > Are you running Norton Internet Security 2006? If so, try turning off
    > the MS Office Plug In (Options->Anti Virus->Miscellaneous). It worked
    > for me. I have spent ages trying to solve this one myself and there
    > doesn't seem to be much info on it anywhere.
    > Regards
    > "Mike B" wrote:
    > > I had to perform a non destructive recovery of my PC. I have
    > > re-installed MS Access 2003. Now when I attempt to use MS access
    > > to link to a SQL server database the ODBC dialog does not display.
    > > The link button briefly becomes active and then the dialog closes
    > > and the ODBC dialog that is supposed to diaplsy does not display.
    > > Any thoughts on what to do to correct this ?
    > >
    > > Thanks
    > >

    I had this same problem and turning off the Norton Anti-virus option
    fixed it! Thanks for the help!

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