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Access 2007 data base dbpix20.ocx version 1.0 is missing

Posted on 2011-09-08
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Has anyone seen this error when trying to open a  database in MS office Access 2007? i can't figure out why these new machine i just built can't open the database. Other machines are able to no problem?? any ideas?

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Did you register the dbpix20.ocx on the new machine?

regsvr32 c:\windows\system32\dbpix20.ocx
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Thank you very much!! btw in case anyone else is wondering, on a Windows 7 machine you need to do a run as at the command prompt for the OCX to register.
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