Thursday, November 25, 2010

Microsoft Access not responding

YMMV, but I recently had a large database and relationships drawing in Microsoft Access 2003. I was working on a deadline and even though I had a backup just a couple of hours old, I could not afford to lose the work. I looked on web for a solution and came upon this one:

Go to task manager and set the priority to high.

It worked for me. It does not fix the MS Access bug, but it does cause it to return life after a few minutes as opposed to never.

Saved my data!


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