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Invalid page fault in module MSACCESS.EXE

Posted on 1997-11-09
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When trying to use the wizards function in Access 97 i receive the following messaage:
MSACCESS caused an invalid page fault in module MSACCESS.EXE at 014f:300faf99.

Any assistance is appreciated.
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Question by:rickclem
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by:hugobos
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Hi,
I had this problem. Maybe you have installed VC++ before
Access or any other program that used Jet engine.
Re-install DAO properly (eventually with VC++)
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by:schmir1
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I use to have Access crash on me quite frequently until I made the following change to my system.ini file:

[vcache]
MinFileCache=512
MaxFileCache=2048


Hope this helps

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by:rickclem
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Sorry it didn't help.
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RHarwood earned 100 total points
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Look on your C drive in the Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\DAO directory.  Delete the file DAO2532.tlb. Reinstall MSAccess from the CD or the disks.  This will force the setup program to re-register the DLL file and your problem will go away.  You can also look in the Microsoft Web site under support and search for "Page Fault MsAccess.EXE" and they have a more detailed explanation in one of the Knowledge Base articles.
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