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MSAJT200.dll Error !!!

Posted on 1998-10-02
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I´m trying to run a vb 16 bits aplication in a NTenviroment, with SQL ODBC Client 16 Bits for access the SQL Database.
I´m work nice in this application, but when I´m quit, the NT show me this message error: MSAJT200.Dll 0038:0F7e (GPF), and the VDM can not close. I have only this application 16 bits on that machine. The version of MSAJT200.dll is 2.50.1606 and the ODBC Client version is 2.10.
Any body has some ideia about this problem ?
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Hi honorio
i had a similar problem . copy the msajt110.dll and msajt112
to your windows\system directory .
access 2 uses these 2 dlls for the msajt200.dll
try it , if you do not have these 2 files mail me at clazar@softnet.co.za and i will in return mail them to you
hope it works
craig
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