Re: disk network error
From: John Nurick (j.mapSoN.nurick_at_dial.pipex.com)
Date: Fri, 09 Apr 2021 06:45:29 +0100
What actual error numbers and error messages are they getting? Does this
happen wit one database or every database? Is it every user or just some
Is the database split, with a copy of the front end on each workstation?
On Thu, 8 Apr 2021 21:01:16 -0700, "Lucky"
>Since converting to Access 2003, the users are getting a
>disk or network error which forces them to close down the
>database and get back on again. There was NEVER this
>error when they were on Access 97. When I approach the
>network people they say that it can't be them since 97
>was fine. Are there any settings that I could do? I have
>tried deleting the links and re-adding them. It was also
>suggested somewhere that the caching be turned off which
>made it worse and corrupted the database so bad that it
>had to be restored from tape. Please help!! The users are
>starting to get mean.
>Lucky (or not so Lucky right now)
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