We have a wall-to-wall business system, built over 12 years in Access 2013, which has been crippled by the 'Corrupt Query' bug in KB4484119, released in November 2019 (See
This Access-based system is not just business-critical, it effectively IS the business, so we desperately need a solution ASAP.
Microsoft's proposed workaround of rewriting our queries is, frankly, absurd - we have hundreds of queries, plus a similar number embedded in VBA code, so the scale of the task is simply prohibitive.
As such, until "a patch for the patch"/Hotfix is released, we need to uninstall the KB4484119 patch - but I can't see how to do this !
To be clear, NO MS Office 2013 patches are being shown in
Control Panel, Programs and Features, View Installed Updates
whilst the Update Options button in Access 2013 itself will allow many things, but NOT to reverse off an update already installed...
We are running Windows 10 Pro and MS Office 2013 in 32-bit, preinstalled (if memory serves me correctly) by Dell on our Optiplex 7010's - so I am sort of assuming an MSI installation ?
Access reports its current version as 15.0.5189.1000.
As such, any help or guidance that anybody is able to give will be gratefully received.
Many thanks in advance