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Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers error '80040e14'

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Posted on Jul 28, 2008

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When you are using Windows 7 or up, only drivers certified by Microsoft are allowed to use. Microsoft has made the Windows versions strong enough to reject old drivers. So when the manufactures of the motherboard does not write newer drivers, that comply to the Microsoft standard, you won't be able to install these drivers. Perhaps a third party did write some, but when it is an old board, I can't give you much hope.

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If media center is not working


Click Start ,
Type “run” in the Start Search box, and then
Click Run in the Programs list.
If you are prompted for an administrator password or for confirmation, type the password, or click Continue .
In the Open box, type %systemdrive%\programdata\microsoft\ehome
Click OK .
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Click Yes to confirm that you want to move the "Mediacenterdatastore.db" file to the Recycle Bin.
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How can i fix com and activex errors


ActiveX is a plug-in that is an extension to Microsoft OLE technology and COM technology. This plug-in is typically used in applications and on the internet. ActiveX allows interactive applications over the internet such as an online scan for viruses using a web browser.

In many cases, ActiveX applications are malicious which is why you should restrict ActiveX programs from automatically being run.
  1. To do this, open Internet Explorer and choose Tools, then choose Internet Options. Click on the Security tab and click on the button that says Custom Level.
  2. Scroll down to the Active-X section and mark "Prompt" under all the options given except for the settings marked "Run ActiveX controls and plug-ins" and "Script Active X controls marked safe for scripting". These should be set to "enable". This means that you will be prompted before a questionable ActiveX file is installed giving you greater control over your system. In addition, these settings may solve your ActiveX error.
Another step you can take to solve Active-X errors involves resetting a system file which may be misconfigured.
  1. Go to the Start button
  2. Choose Run
  3. Type in: regsvr32 msxml3.dll
  4. Click OK
  5. Click OK again when prompted
  6. Close all browser windows and reopen
Some ActiveX errors are specifically related to software that has been uninstalled. This is due to the fact that in operating systems before Microsoft Windows 2000, there weren't any systems in place to prevent third party applications from removing and replacing critical DLL files. If your Active-X error is related to a missing DLL, reinstalling the appropriate program will take care of it.

For example, if you remove Microsoft Access on a pre-Windows 2000 machine, you may see an error such as:
Microsoft VBScript runtime (0x800A01AD)
ActiveX component can't create object: <progid>

This is because when removing Access, you also removed critical DLLs needed elsewhere. Solving that particular error is a simple matter of reinstalling the Microsoft Data Access Components.

If you have a specific error such the one described above:
  1. Try a general internet search using a major search engine such as Google by entering in the exact error phrase and code. You'll have a huge resource at your fingertips that deals exclusively with the exact error you are receiving.
  2. Another good resource for finding out how to fix specific errors is the Microsoft knowledge base. Go to the Microsoft website and search the knowledge base by entering the exact error that is generated. A list of all documents that deal with that error will display. If Microsoft has a solution, you can find it here.
ActiveX errors can also be the result of invalid registry entries and keys, often caused by malicious programs such as spyware. Editing the system registry is highly complex and extremely risky because any wrong keystroke can be disastrous. In addition, changes made to the registry are immediate. This is not a job for the average computer user. Instead, choose a software utility designed specifically for cleaning the system registry. One such utility is aregistry repair application called RegCure. By using RegCure, not only will you solve Active X errors, you'll solve, and prevent, additional PC errors. At the same time, you'll recover lost system performance

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As downloading Microsoft Security Essentials (windows 7) the downloading stops cause error 0x800736B3


Very common. Microsoft blame your internet service provider as it can be caused by the internet stopping and Essentials can't keep up with it and throws your system off.
Try downloading a registry cleaning utility, there is talk that that gives that error also.
I gave up and use Norton instead!

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1) Click Start, and then click Control Panel.
2) In Control Panel, double-click Administrative Tools.
3) In the Administrative Tools window, double-click Data Sources (ODBC), and then add a new ODBC data source for your FoxPro database or tables by selecting the appropriate Visual FoxPro driver.
4) Start Access, and then open your Access database. 5) On the File menu, point to Get External Data, and then click Import. 6) In the Import dialog box, click ODBC Databases in the Files of type list. 7) In the Select Data Source dialog box, click the Visual FoxPro data source that you created in step 3, and then click OK. 8) In the Import Objects dialog box, click the tables that you want to import, and then click OK.

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Dell Dimension 9100 Blue Screen 0X00000024,00190293,86FA5B30,C000102,00000000. I tried to reinstall XP from CD and it says unable to locate Hard drive. Replaced Hard drive and tried again, same message....


Hope this help you...This is in relation to what your error code means, you'll need to check against the list.
  • Error 0x00000024 - This problem may occur if there is a conflict between Windows XP SP1 and the display adapter drivers that are currently installed.
  • Error 0x00000004 - occurs because your computer processor detected and reported an unrecoverable hardware error to Windows
  • Error 0x0000007b - occurs if your computer is infected with a boot-sector virus.
  • Error 0x80004005 - occurs because the account that is being used to access the page does not have access to the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\ODBC registry key.
  • Error 0xc0000005 - occurs because of memory corruption.
  • Error 0xc0000034 - caused by a missing system file (usually Ntdll.dll in the %systemRoot%\system32 directory.
  • Error 0xc0000006 - occur if there is not enough free hard disk space on the NTFS-compressed hard disk partition when the SIS filter tries to read compressed back pointer data streams from the SIS volume.
Another common reason can be malware and spyware that penetrate to your computer registry and started destroying it... that's why it's so important you fix your registry right now!

trust this help.

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The problem is in the program parameters and not something that can be control by a person viewing it.

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