MS Access 11 crashes on running code on 1 PC

Posted on 2009-02-19
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
When running a command eg. openform, access crashes with the following error :

AppName: msaccess.exe      AppVer: 11.0.5614.0     AppStamp:3f3c8e3c
ModName: unknown      ModVer:      ModStamp:00000000
fDebug: 0       Offset: 001af924

This is installed on SBS2003, with a clean install of Office 11 (no svc packs installed). Tried installing Office 11 SP3, no success with fixing problem.
Question by:Dale_Wattam
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    This only happens on one PC?


    Author Comment

    Yes, the server

    Author Comment

    Trial version of Office 12 was installed onto server, then removed. However.....
    It runs perfectly on all client Pc's with Office 11 installed.

    Author Comment

    Possible corruption between 11 & 12?
    LVL 84

    Accepted Solution

    Possibly the uninstall didn't really uninstall everything? Seems this is not an uncommon issue. Check this page, look for the "Removing Office 2007 Beta " section:

    Author Comment

    Office 12 seems to have uninstalled correctly, as there were no files to delete, even in  the registry.

    Temporary fix, had to move to second server - running ok, but am now curious.....

    Another clean install of Office 11 to Server 1, retested & still the same problem.
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    Can you post the references that Access file is using?

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