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Access stops responding after I enable content on a new computer

gnawoncents
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Hi. I've been searching around for a similar problem, but haven't had any luck yet. Do any of you know a resolution for the problem below?

I have an MS Access 2007 database that works fine on the computer where I'm designing it. However, after I copy it to another similar computer (both running Windows 7 Enterprise version and Access 2007), it locks-up and becomes uninteractive after selecting the enable content option. When I create a new Access database on one of the other computers I can enable content without any problems.

Ideas?
Jul 14 '12 #1
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zmbd
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If you create and copy in reverse; you normally start with PC1 and copy to PC2 then PC2 locks up... what happens if you start with PC2 and copy to PC1....does the same issue happen?

[Edit=20120714:1608CST]
Try createing a trusted folder in Access 2007 and place your project there. http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/wo...010031999.aspx By creating and placing the project in a trusted folder you wont have the enable content message popup...[/edit]
Jul 14 '12 #2

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