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Nicholas Holland on November 14, 2005 One of our clients called and reported an issue with a MS Access database. The user was able to open a network based .mdb file, but when they tried to click on a switchboard button they received the following error message: "Disk or network error." There are many resources that deal with this error, but none of them provided the needed solution. The TMP/TEMP directories were set properly, the JET Engine was updated, and the .mdb file was not corrupted (verified on another computer). Through basic troubleshooting, we determined that this .mdb file had many ‘Linked' tables that were using a static network path mapped through drive E:. The problem was occurring on a new machine that I quickly noticed did not have a mapped drive ‘E:' because E: was assigned to a secondary CD-R drive. For this machine, access to the network drive was a UNC path. To remedy the problem, I had to have the MS Office XP disk to install the ‘Linked Table Manager'. Once this was installed, I updated all linked tables to use the UNC path and not the static E: path. To my relief, it corrected the ‘Disk or network error.' problem. It's amazing how every resource
Links Social Groups Pictures & Albums Members List Calendar Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Find All Thanked Posts Go to Page... Thread Tools Rate Thread Display Modes 04-02-2003, 07:25 AM #1 hammerva Registered User Join Date: error 3043 access Dec 2000 Location: Centreville VA US Posts: 102 Thanks: 0 Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts What runtime error 3043 visual basic does "Disk or network error" mean? Hello again. Recently I have been getting the message 'Disk or network error' when trying to open up a
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database. The database with the forms is located on my hard drive while the main database with tables are located on the network 'K' drive. After I got the message I checked to see if the drive was down and I http://blog.centresource.com/2005/11/14/ms-access-error-disk-or-network-error/ didn't have problem opening and looking at stuff. What are the main reasons for this error? Could be occur if someone is using the database at the same time? Or is this just an issue with the directory that is holding the database. Thanks hammerva View Public Profile Find More Posts by hammerva 04-02-2003, 07:50 AM #2 jfgambit Kinetic Card Dealer Join Date: Jul 2002 Location: Sunnyvale, CA Posts: 798 Thanks: 0 Thanked 1 Time in http://www.access-programmers.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=45212 1 Post Check to make sure that you are connected to the K: drive. Also, from my experience, it's best to map out to the full path name of the drive instead of the "Drive Letter" shortcut. I'm sure others will have additional ideas. __________________ "I know what you're t'inkin', ma petite. Dat Gambit... still de suave one, no?" jfgambit View Public Profile Find More Posts by jfgambit 04-02-2003, 07:58 AM #3 hammerva Registered User Join Date: Dec 2000 Location: Centreville VA US Posts: 102 Thanks: 0 Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts Yeah I checked it out. Now I don't have a problem getting in and I didn't change anything. Although a number of people using the application was having problems getting in as well. Someone had locked it up but I am not sure who. I am not sure if the locking occured because of the 'Disk or network error' or because someone exit the application wrong or something else. Eventually I got the LDB taken care of by telling everyone to get out. My DBA skills really stink sometimes. hammerva View Public Profile Find More Posts by hammerva 04-02-2003, 08:01 AM #4 jfgambit Kinetic Card Dealer Join Date: Jul 2002 Location: Sunnyvale, CA Posts: 798 Thanks: 0 Thanked 1 Time in 1 Post This may help... Attached is a db that you can use in your applications to stop
question and get tips & solutions from a community of 418,589 IT Pros & Developers. It's quick & easy. Disk Or Network Error P: n/a NEWSGROUPS I work for a large organization were my team has developed 2 very substantial databases in Access https://bytes.com/topic/access/answers/584319-disk-network-error 2000. These databases have been working fine for the last 6 years with minimal issues or problems. About 1 week ago today we have started experiencing the error "Microsoft Visual Basic Run Time Error 3043 Disk or Network Error" just about every http://superuser.com/questions/787474/ms-access-2003-disk-or-network-error-not-a-network-issue-remote-app-win day around the same time each day (activity starts to increase at this time in the databases). Sometimes the error happens with minimal problems and others that end in a corruption of one of the databases that can be repaired (thank god). After disk or this episode all seems to work fine. Both databases have a front end that resides on the server that all users access (I know this is not a good practice) and a back end that also resides on the server. The server is Windows NT with all the clients running Windows 2000. We usually range about 20 or so concurrent users in the databases which has not been any issue in the past. The company has recently upgraded many of the client machines. When we disk or network contact our server network staff to look into this issue they check all the server event logs and find no reports of errors. They have even checked some of the users NIC card settings only to discover that they are set at 100 full and not at automatic which has been documented to cause problems. We run a compact and repair on all databases weekly and keep the databases clear of unused forms and other DB objects. This problem seems like it will never go away. Does anyone have any ideas as to what this can possible be and what we can do to resolve the problem? Any help would be much appreciated. Warm Regards, Mark Jan 5 '07 #1 Post Reply Share this Question 18 Replies P: n/a Tom van Stiphout On Thu, 4 Jan 2007 23:19:41 -0500, "NEWSGROUPS"
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