Posted on 2002-03-13
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Last Modified: 2008-03-10
I have just got my Access data base back on my computer, I have just taken the read only off the data base now it gives me an other hault:

"Couldn't lock file, share.exe hasn't been loaded"

The help menu says to add SHARE.EXE\L:500 to the Autoexec.bat  file (1) I didn't think machine now a days use autoexe.bat file anymore (2) I don't know how to do this (3) What is this for? Thanks for any help
Question by:Tweetyejb

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ornicar earned 60 total points
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Make sure you do the same with the .LDB file as well. Share.exe is no more required. This was for Win 3.1

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Thanks again

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