I'd get down to brass tacks and uninstall crystal and Access 2010 using Revo uninstaller. After digging a while I find out the problem. Maybe a Windows 10 thing. It sounds like your saying that If I execute the 2013, 32 bit accessdatabaseengine. Anything you can help on this matter, will be greatly appreciated.
There is no error message — the file just isn't complete. The Microsoft Access Driver now lists. I am not responsible for the content at any third-party web sites and do not guarantee the accuracy of such third-party information. If you want to keep in touch, feel free to Subscribe to. Additional informationThe Office System Drivers are only supported under certain scenarios, including: Desktop applications which read from and write to various files formats including Microsoft Office Access, Microsoft Office Excel and text files. Please tell me I'm wrong! I have installed the Microsoft Access Database Engine 2010 Redistributable and ran the queries you mentioned above.
The only problem doing that is the wait time when switching between versions as 2007 and 2010 need to rewrite some reg keys. If you installed the Access versions in sequence you shouldn't have a problem unless Crystal is causing the issue. To be used within a service program or web application that relies on a Windows service. Do I need to separate the two version, one each on a different machine? It seems file must have been corrupted. Thanks for this - it solved my issue. In this case the value should not be deleted or renamed.
Unfortunately, the module is part of a bigger ecosystem that needs to be able to be run under x64 specifically an plug in to excel , and the access database is downloaded by the suite from a supplier's web site by the application, so it is not practical to convert the database or change everything to x86. Using the 32-bit driver there's no problem accessing the file at the same time. That would most likely be the Office 2007 32-bit application suite and seperately the 64-bit Office 2010 runtime files. Since our database is legacy, it merely required Microsoft. Everything was working and then I started getting this message after having an error start when I was working with Crystal 11. When I try to connect with a database, I hit this error. When trying to install the MsOffice 64 bit version a popup mentions prerequisites: Windows Identity Foundation, Microsoft Sync Framework Runtime v1.
Hi Meagan — Thanks for the tip and the pointer, but man am i confused now. You can use Microsoft Office or Office automation to create the files that Microsoft Office supports. Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation. Run the 32-bit wizard instead. I found this solution through this. If you are the user of an application, consult your application documentation for details on how to use the appropriate driver.
You can freely redistribute it or aim users to this download. I am getting error like i cant install the driver because of office 2003 products. I needed both the 32-bit and the 64-bit adapters to cover my various use cases. I think the Office x64 is of no use because of incompatibility with all other 32-bit applications. Is this the right forum i can post my question? However the data provider can also open files with the newer. However, when Office 2010 32-bit is natively installed and the user tries to install the 64-bit version of the Microsoft Access Database Engine, he or she might still get an error regarding the registration of the proper drivers on the local machine.
In general — and overwhelmingly — the recommended Office install is 32 bit. Q: Why can't you support it? Is there another way of silencing that re configure dialog, or am i missing something about the passive installation? But I don't think we should have to. I developed a program using Visual Studio 2017 that uses an access database. One thing is that Microsoft could avoided this problem by using different registry names like Access64bit for the 64 bit version and Access32Bit registry entry. I just recently ran into this situation. So that is a long winded explanation, but do you have any x64 versions of office installed on any machines? Has anyone had any success with this scenario? That does mean that the 32-bit drivers have a different version number than the 64-bit drivers though.
In this case the value should not be deleted or renamed. And this fails on the new server. When I run the app on the development machine which has Office 2010 installed it works fine. To be used by a system service or server-side program where the code will run under a system account, or will deal with multiple users identities concurrently, or is highly reentrant and expects stateless behavior. Change the look of Access as often as you like.