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Clearing Treeview Crashes Access nastily

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heya

When I try and clear my treeView control with oTVResults.Nodes.Clear Access just crashes, I get no error message, but it tells me that I need to backup and repair my database.

I'm using the TreeView control on a tabbed page within a form (not sure if the tabbed thing is part of the reason)

it's a relatively urgent issue so eh... any help would be appreciated

I'm using office 2003 on windows xp and I haven't done SP2 yet

thanks
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Have you tried decompiling your database? (Do this on a copy!) - create a shortcut with this command line:

"<path to access>" "<path to your database>" /decompile
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I'm having this problem as well, I have tried the accepted solution of creating a decompile shortcut and then running this but still crashes out.

shortcut is: "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\OFFICE11\MSACCESS.EXE" \\Rbhfile9\infectioncontrol\ESBL\DB\Development\ESBL_2008-02-28.mdb /decompile

Any thoughts appretiated. Thanks
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