I don't think that is the issue, it is 1.33KB. If the database won't do this for some reason see if the ldb (locked) file is open and delete it. Kernel for Access is a professional and efficient MDB recovery tool that is specifically devised to repair the damaged and corrupt Access database files in an easy and effective manner. Note that there can be multiple corrupt records. 31) ACC2000: Error Message: Error Accessing File. Check This Out
Thanks for your reply. Robert View 1 Replies View Related Forms :: Error Keeps Popping Up After Expression Is Deleted? Any suggestions? View 6 Replies View Related Invalid Argument Error Message Mar 3, 2006 I have a Access 2000 database that occasionally has a popup message "Invalid Argument", which prevents me from running https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/835416
Jet 3.5 SP 3 This problem also existed in Access 95 but hopefully no one is still using that version of Access. 26) 3043 - "disk or network error" is a Or would that take business away form SQL Server or something? You should never specify a version other than the current version for typical Access databases, because this method will not convert application objects. Otherwise if you're experiencing this as per the Q article then Microsoft Product Support Services personnel (via a regular, non-paid support incident) should be able to assist you in obtaining this
I am guessing that there is a problem with my SQL string. By performing the aforementioned steps, the Access database file would be split and its size would be reduced. Jan 23 '07 #12 reply Expert 5K+ P: 8,435 Killer42 I couldn't argue the point with you Killer. The time now is 07:17 PM. Microsoft Access Help General Tables Queries Forms Reports Macros Modules & VBA Theory & Practice Access FAQs Code Repository Sample Databases Video Tutorials Sponsored
Share this articlePrint Help Desk Software powered by SmarterTrack 12.2 © 2003-2016 SmarterTools Inc. One of the first steps it does is a do loop where it reads a table which gives a start and end date for the flight. Click the Ok button. See Corrupt Records in a Microsoft Access MDB.
In the Message Trackingtab, select the most recent tracking filein the list. Many ThanksSwifty View 2 Replies View Related Invalid Argument Jul 27, 2005 Every now and again (for no apparant reason) a record in my table becomes corrupted (the fields all change Anyway, here is the code:Dim tdf As DAO.TableDef Dim fld As DAO.Field Dim rs As DAO.Recordset Dim strSearch As String Dim strTableName As String[Code] .... I get an "Invalid Argument" error on everything I try to do.Anyone experience this?
I have been doing this with no problems for over 200 entries. http://www.access-programmers.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=141745 If you have a copy of the database in its original format, use the Convert Database command on the Tools menu (Database Utilities submenu) to convert it. Error: 3001 Invalid Argument Feb 6, 2015 I'm developing an application where I want to call the keyboard up on the screen when a user enters a field. Try inserting or pasting less data This likely means you have some corrupt records in your data.
It then reads another table which tells it which days of the week the flight flies. his comment is here By the end of this process the database is nearly 2GB. By the end of this process the database is nearly 2GB. This assumes no other user is on the system.
This process takes a long time and expands the database enormously. Jan 22 '07 #2 reply P: 9 Chris Larmer You need to compact and repair. A dbf file name needs to be in 8.3 DOS name format. http://shpsoftware.com/invalid-argument/invalid-argument-error-access.php Also, if I remove anything from that particular field the same thing happens.
Posted in Database Recovery | Tags: repair Access Database « Confirming corruption in MS Access database Fixing Access database errors!! » Comments are closed. View 1 Replies View Related MsgBox In VBA Editor Not Popping Up Sep 16, 2011 I have a form with a combo box and a button, which when clicked, opens a Wait for the other user or session to finish working with the file, and then try the operation again." If you can open the MDB attempt to import the objects into
Have you got any ideas on where the extra space has gone. it will import all information for you so you wont have to copy the information into the system __________________ -Ray rainman89 View Public Profile Find More Posts by rainman89 Retriever View Public Profile Find More Posts by Retriever 01-14-2008, 11:26 AM #6 rainman89 I cant find the any key.. Forgot your password?
You have a corrupted record in that table. Jan 22 '07 #4 reply P: 9 Chris Larmer Probably not a bad idea, but I think you'll find the other parts are negligible in comparison to the data. See fellow Access MVP Dirk Goldgar solution at Fixing Corruption: 'AOIndex' is not an index in this table 21) Runtime error 3000 - Reserved Error (-1104); There is no message for http://shpsoftware.com/invalid-argument/invalid-argument-in-access-error.php Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Microsoft Access Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Non-SQL Forums MongoDB Database Server Software Adabas DB2 Informix Microsoft
Would have got here eventually ;) but thanks for the heads-up. Help me please... when I try and delete them from the table one at a time it comes up with Invalid argument (Error 3001) and then Access quits on me.