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record sets operation

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I have been writing vba scripts without closing the recod sets, it seems ok to my personal computer.
my personal computer i use is windows 7 and windows xp sp3.

but when I bring the program back to the hospital authority,
it hangs sometimes.
does the vba scripts i wrote without closing the recordset lead to a system failure ?

that is, unable to start the computer, having BSOD, or hard ware error screen ?

If i do not close a record system will that inflict disastrous damage to the computer ?

thanks.
Jan 11 '12 #1

✓ answered by NeoPa

No. These issues are not related.

Either incorrectly working hardware or corrupted system files are the likely cause of such a BSOD.

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NeoPa
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No. These issues are not related.

Either incorrectly working hardware or corrupted system files are the likely cause of such a BSOD.
Jan 11 '12 #2

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