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Tried running the Aged Creditors Summary report, which I do most weeks, but for some reason it is coming up with a message saying 'Failed to load Report Library ACCREP32.DLL:126, could not find specified module' I have never had this issue before and have done nothing different, how can I fix this please???
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Access 2003 Reports Error
open control panel. open ODBC Data source administrator. now look for anything with MS Access in any tabs. If you found none, then your registry is spammed and must be restored...try using windows restore utility [do this sequence: start-all programs-accessories-system tools-system restore. run it and look for a calendar date before your problem. If you had system restore turned off, the solution may be to attempt a re-installation of windows XP.] ... if you find some, then attempt to determine if they point to the correct sources (or drives).
Posted on Aug 18, 2007
You turn error reporting off.
You need Administer privileges to do this.
1) Right click My Computer
2) Click on the Advanced Tab
3) At the bottom right of the resulting property sheet click on Error Reporting
4) Select Disable Error Reporting and deselect 'but notify me, etc.'
This is a persistent setting unless you "Reinstall your OS" in that case you will need to do steps 1-4 again.
Restart your system.
You should be able to run the game at any configuration you want. Take a look at the settings in the game to see if it sends you error messages but I bet you've done this already.
As always make sure you are using the latest set of drivers, not Beta, for your Display Adapter.
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
Most times DLL errors arise from a file being corrupted on your hard drive and there's a relatively easy fix for it.
the best solution is to re-install the drivers for your specific printer either from the disc provided by the manufacturer or from a downloaded file from the manufacturer's website.
Posted on Jul 01, 2008
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