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exception error ntdll.dll

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When I try to execute a MS Access report I receive an error msg referring to ntdll.dll and I need to close the DB.
Any help?
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Please post the exact error message you are getting....
Please let me know also what operating system and what version of access you are using.

in the meantime see if this addresses your issue

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;294301&Product=acc
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by:pozzobon
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Your suggestion solved my problem at once!
Thanks a lot!
Renato
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by:casio_cool
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I'm getting the same problem. Here are the details: I'm trying to run MS access 2003 on XP pro ver. 2002  SP1, on a laptop with 120MB RAM. (Why does my laptop have 120 and not 128????)
Access crashes whenever I try to use a query or report etc.

 Here is the error signature:
        Appname: msaccess.exe
        AppVer: 11.0.5614.0
        AppStamp: 3f3c8e3c
        ModName: ntdll.dll
        ModVer: 5.1.2600.1217
        ModStamp: 3eb1b41af
        Debug: 0
        Offset: 00053380

Any help greatfully recieved. I've googled it quite a bit, searched the MS KB and tried loads of random stuff.
Thanks
Casio Cool
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casio cool you need to post a new question this one has been closed.
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