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Import text wizard problem in Access 2003

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I have a problem with the import text wizard in Access 2003 SP2

When I try to import a text file, I have this message:
"Microsoft Access has encountered a problem and needs to close"

This is a Access 97 convert in Access 2003. I changed nothing.
It was working before but now in 2003 it crash.

Microsoft say that SP2 fix this issu but it doesn't.

When I use the DoCmd.TransferText fonction with my import specification it works good, but manually it crash.

Any idea....
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Hmm, dont know. Usual thing I would try is a detect/repair or a office reinstall

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Doesn't work.
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Do u have Norton antivirus? or Kaspersky? or any antivirus?
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no
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I found the problem, it was Access 97
We remove access 97 from it's default folder C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office
Reinstall in other folder C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office 97\Office

Now it works.

by the way, do you now how to close a question wen you find the awnser youself?

PS Thanks for trying to help
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Ask a question in community support.

Ask them for a PAQ/Refund as this info may be of use to someone
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I let it open because the info can be useful for other users
Thanks for the tip.
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PAQ means this thread is available for people to read but question is closed
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