Join Date: Feb 2007 Location: New York Posts: 3,016 Thanks: 1 Thanked 6 Times in 6 Posts have you tried importing the table alone? but the new table ALSO gives me the same message.Has anyone seen this before? To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Thanks for the help Chris You need to compact and repair. Check This Out
See Damaged record(s) within tables. A dbf file name needs to be in 8.3 DOS name format. Upgrade your version of Microsoft Access to the current one, then open this database." ACC: Jet Database Engine 3.x Error Messages Due to Corruption - 182867. Any ideas anyone?
Importing all the objects from your old database into two new ones - One for the Back-End (Data) and one for the Front-End (Project). Chris, Can you post the code for this process. What are other reasons as to why we are getting this error again? And that still gave the message even went you went to add a record in table datasheet view.
eg at 10% through the database was 600MB but at 30% it was 770MB. This is my setup:Windows 8.1 32 Bit, Access Runtime 2010.Exact lines of code are:Dim RetValRetVal = Shell("C:Program FilesCommon Filesmicrosoft sharedinkTabTip.exe")These lines of code work perfectly fine on my development PC which Or similar operations. Should you need to purge more records, use the Tools > Purge Message Tracking Data option as it is explained in this article: How to manually purge data from your database.
It seems to only occur from our Sydney based server. Invalidargumentexception Allen for this one. 5) 3259 - "Invalid field data type" when trying to open a table in either data view or design view or when viewing the relationships window. If this doesn't work copy the file to a local hard drive and try to compact and repair it there. http://data-base-recovery.blogspot.com/2011/09/resolve-invalid-argument-error-in-ms.html Click Tools -> Database Utilities -> Compact and Repair Database.
This has been working perfectly for years and all of a sudden when I hit the F12 key I get:The Object Type argument for the action or method is blank or Where the eight digit numbers were different each time I started up the MDB or at random times when working with the MDB. (Several months later.) Turns out this problem was I tried to compact & repair the database and the database gives me an error (after a long wait). Click here to view a posting by Frank Miller with code to retrieve the tables and queries. 29) 3001 - Invalid argument.
You receive an Invalid Page Fault in Ntdll.dll. When we received it before it was because the DB was huge. Error: 3001 Invalid Argument I can only say that I've had a number fail on me in that situation. The size of my db went from 2 gigs to 37 megs.
This problem must have been caused by the bad RAM as I've never gotten the message since the RAM was removed and replaced. 33) "When you compact or when you try his comment is here While Access 2002 and 2003 share the same MDB format the MDEs created by Access 2003 can't be read by Access 2002. etc etc.... Thank you!
However there are some exceptions. Also - I cannot compact and repair the database. If the group has four rows or less all of the rows are taken.I did try nested select statements and kept getting "invalid argument to function" exceptions. this contact form sounds like you may have some corruption going on __________________ -Ray rainman89 View Public Profile Find More Posts by rainman89
I get an "Invalid Argument" error on everything I try to do.Anyone experience this? I'm downloading my backup copy and hoping that I can import the tables into the restored database. I'm sure that the database could be shrunk down if I could get it to do the repair!
Thanks for the help Chris Jan 22 '07 #1 Post Reply Share this Question 15 Replies Expert Mod 10K+ P: 14,534 MMcCarthy Hi, My XP database has exceeded 2GB when running It will not go away no matter how many times I try to cancel it - it just comes back. Jan 22 '07 #7 reply Expert Mod 10K+ P: 14,534 MMcCarthy However when it is running the database expands to just under 2GB. Open the problem Access database file. 3.
This could also be a performance problem. #38) Reserved error (-1524); there is no message for this error. It then reads another table which tells it which days of the week the flight flies. Post your question and get tips & solutions from a community of 418,571 IT Pros & Developers. navigate here Retriever View Public Profile Find More Posts by Retriever
Another cause may be missing Access 2000 SR-1 if you are trying to " import data, copy a table, or run an append query" See You may receive an "Invalid argument" The cause is usually that Access/Jet screwed up, and when the database was compacted, the version parameter was corrupted, resulting in improper version information in the resulting file. 28) "This database When user try to import data in a large access database file (mdb or accdb) 3. I am not sure where to go from here.
All the fields show #Error. However, if the aforementioned issue is still not resolved, we would suggest you to take help of a professional Access repair tool to resolve the issue. Retriever View Public Profile Find More Posts by Retriever 01-14-2008, 11:26 AM #6 rainman89 I cant find the any key.. The MS Access database get inaccessible due to most of the reasons such as access database error, virus attack, sudden system shutdown, hardware failure, software failure & many more.
Management Interface × forgotPassLbl Username Cancel Reset Email × Please log in below Username Password Remember Me Close Login × Not Logged In You must be logged in to perform this I am a sales manager of a small company and also provide as much IT support as possible. (and by as much as possible, it really isn't much) - We have When the CompactDatabase method is used, you can specify a version number for the destination file. Missing quotation marks?
You may receive a "The Visual Basic for Applications project in the database is corrupt" error message when you try to open an object that is in a compiled database or It is quite possible that some machines can open the file with a longer file name and others it must be in 8.3 DOS name format. Sep 5, 2005 Hi there, I was wondering if you would please be able to suggest anything!