Monthly Archives: October 2011
The problem continues…
A quick resolution to this is:
“C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office14\MSACCESS.EXE” “C:\MyAccess.accdb” /decompile
where MyAccess is the name of your Database. The Database opens!
The solution above (posted from another user in
, regarding this decomplilation solution, is also posted by Microsoft on September 30,2011 on
However, till the time the issue with the Faulting module vbe7.dll is resolved, we have to figure out a way to to manage our access dbs. Since no matter what you do, even if you just make a new form the problem still comes back.
When you access db frontends are in production we need a SOLUTION asap!
PS. Have pending 12 Modules and modifications that I need to make in my access frontend and I cannot…
Microsoft has released an Office 2010 patch on 12/12/2011 which is the ultimate solution to this problem. This patch worked great for me (even repairing the previous corrupted databases without the need to decompile).
The kbs you may refer for this are:
The patch (both 32 and 64 bit) can be found at:
One more issue down….plenty to go 🙂
“ConnectTimeoutLow”=dword value with hex value 000493e0
PS2. Be sure that the following registry entries are made on RPC and/or GC server
Now restart the Global Catalog Server.