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Access 2003 Error: -2147467259 - Unspecified error

Posted on 2013-12-04
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Hi all.

I get the following error: Access 2003 Error: -2147467259 - Unspecified error

at the itm.Transfer part of my VBA code:

Dim itm As WIA.Item
Dim img As New WIA.ImageFile
Set img = itm.Transfer

This is only happening to one computer, all the other ones are ok.
All computers run the .ade file.

What can I do to fix this?

Thank you in advance.
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Question by:Sim1980
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by:mbizup
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Try checking your references and comparing them between the computers where this works and the one where it doesn't work.

From the VBA Editor:

Tools --> References

Make sure that the problematic computer has the same references checked as the other computers and that none of the references are labeled as MISSING.
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Sim1980 earned 0 total points
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But since the file is an ade file, shouldn't the references already be there? Also, the computers do not have the full version of Access, they have the Access Runtime.

When on the computer, it does not show the Tools --> Reference option. It's because they have the runtime.
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by:Sim1980
ID: 39719747
I reformatted the computer and it works now.
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