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Error 533??  Help!!

Posted on 2003-02-27
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Last Modified: 2011-04-14
I have a program written in Delphi 5 that runs Crystal Reports.  The reports use an Access 2000 database.  Here's the problem:  This program runs flawlessly in Windows 2000.  However, if I run this program in the Windows 98 environment I get "Error 533: Unable to open database.  Execute <PEStartPrintJob>"

What does this mean?  Is there a patch or something I need to get?  It's really important that this program be able to run on Windows 98 also.

I appreciate your help.
Question by:scg87000
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daJman earned 400 total points
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Have you read this?


It talks about error 533 specifically.

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