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When i open an Access 2000 mdb file . on run time its showing that the database format is invalid ... what should i do now ... help me please...
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Does ur file open in Access 2000 ?
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TimCottee earned 50 total points
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You need to be using either DAO 3.6 or ADO 2.1 in order to open Access 2000 files. Check your references first, also if you are using ADO, and the OLE DB method make sure that the provider is Jet.4.0 not Jet.3.51.
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Thank u Tim its working for me when i changed my ado to 2.1
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