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"Error accessing file. Network connection may have been lost." (TJR)

Was wondering if someone could help. Over the last month I've been developing a
small database application, using Access 2000, for use in a friends shop.
Everything was going well until about a week ago when I started getting the
following error when I would click any buttons on my main form that ran either
VB code or an Access Macro:

"Error accessing file. Network connection may have been lost.".

I know for sure it's not a network problem as I don't have a network. I can see
and edit all concerned macros and modules, however the error will not allow my
code to run. The error popup has a help button on it, but when I press the help
button it gives me a complete blank help page. I have on occasion recieved a
different error stating that there maybe an ActiveX , OLE problem.

Any help that anyone could give would be very much appreciated.

Thank you
Tim Roberts

Nov 12 '05 #1
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TC
Search for "network connection may have been lost" on support.microsoft.com

HTH,
TC
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Was wondering if someone could help. Over the last month I've been developing a small database application, using Access 2000, for use in a friends shop.
Everything was going well until about a week ago when I started getting the following error when I would click any buttons on my main form that ran either VB code or an Access Macro:

"Error accessing file. Network connection may have been lost.".

I know for sure it's not a network problem as I don't have a network. I can see and edit all concerned macros and modules, however the error will not allow my code to run. The error popup has a help button on it, but when I press the help button it gives me a complete blank help page. I have on occasion recieved a different error stating that there maybe an ActiveX , OLE problem.

Any help that anyone could give would be very much appreciated.

Thank you
Tim Roberts

Nov 12 '05 #2

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