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ICverify 3.1 won't open.

A window opens that says this: ID error = 0
Then another window opens that says cannot get information and to check the set file. I replaced the setup file with a backup but still cannot get the program to open.

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The issue is caused by a Microsoft Jet update. in c:\icwin310\backup directory you will find the files needed by icverify. Make a backup of the following files in c:\windows\system32 msjet35.dll
msjint35.dll
msjter35.dll
msrd2x35.dll
msxbse35.dll
msexcl35.dll
msltus35.dll
vbajet32.dll
vbar332.dll

Copy the files listed from the c:\icwin310\backup directory to c:\windows\system32 and your error should be no more.

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SOURCE: ID error = 0

the issue is caused by a Microsoft Jet update. in c:\icwin310\backup directory you will find the files needed by icverify. Make a backup of the following files in c:\windows\system32 msjet35.dll
msjint35.dll
msjter35.dll
msrd2x35.dll
msxbse35.dll
msexcl35.dll
msltus35.dll
vbajet32.dll
vbar332.dll

Copy the files listed from the c:\icwin310\backup directory to c:\windows\system32 and your error should be no more.

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the issue is caused by a Microsoft Jet update. in c:\icwin310\backup directory you will find the files needed by icverify. Make a backup of the following files in c:\windows\system32 msjet35.dll
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Copy the files listed from the c:\icwin310\backup directory to c:\windows\system32 and your error should be no more.

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