Access Crashes

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Action taken so far:

1.Checked the version of the msjtes40.dll its 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 dont know what else I can do!

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)

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(

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)

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(

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)

I tried:

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Here is a summary of the issue for your records:

Issue:
======
Front-end/back-end database. When trying to modify the record source of any report using the Builder, access crashes with "MS Access has encounted an error and needs to close". Also getting same error when trying to delete a table from database window.

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Additional Information and Recommendations: ====================================
307841 OFFXP: How to Obtain the Latest Office XP Service Pack http://support.microsoft.com/?id=307841

282010 ACC2002: Updated Version of Microsoft Jet 4.0 Available in Download http://support.microsoft.com/?id=282010

303528 HOW TO: Keep a Jet 4.0 Database in Top Working Condition http://support.microsoft.com/?id=303528

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