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Access Crashes


Problem: Access crashes during data input in a certain form. Ė Not always on the same field, and not always on the first record. Sometimes I can input 2 or 3 records and it crashes on the 4th. The "modul" that the crash shows is always the msjtes40.dll

Action taken so far:

1.Checked the version of the msjtes40.dll Ė itís the latest

2.reregistered the msjtes40.dll

3.Created a new DB imported everything

4.Repaired the Db

5.decompiled and compiled all the code (which I have been through with a fine comb - there is no complidated VBA on the form at all.)

6.recreated the form entirely

7.Checked the Source of the form for any funny records

8.reinstalled the entire Office XP Professional

I really donít know what else I can do!


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