Access 2003 Object library not registered

Discussion in 'Access Configuration' started by Jj295, Oct 9, 2004.

  1. Jj295

    Jj295 Guest

    Upgraded from OfficeXP Pro to Office 2003 pro. Access 2003 is not
    working. I keep getting the message "Object library not registered", then
    Access crashes. Access 2003 is trying to load VBE6.DLL (can not shut this
    off in the refs). I have VB6 installed.

    I have tried everything I can think of. My system is up to date with all
    the updates MS offers. I have found no answers to this issue. Can anyone
    Jj295, Oct 9, 2004
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    baileytem Guest

    I had this same problem and after being unable to find the solution on
    the web, ended up having to call microsoft and pay them $35 (yes, I
    know, rip off artists) Anyway, figured I'd post the solution so no one
    else has to pay them. Mind you, I was on Win2kSP4, with Office Pro

    Search your computer for DAO360.dll (should be in c:\program
    files\common files\microsoft shared\dao) once you find it, go to
    start>run type regsvr32 then a space, then drag the dll to the run
    line, click okay.

    Search your computer for MSADO15.dll (should be in c:\program
    files\common files\system\ado) once you find it, go to start>run type
    regsvr32 then a space, then drag the dll to the run line, click okay.

    now try access. Hopefully this will fix for you too.
    baileytem, Mar 14, 2005
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    traenol Guest

    Well, I am having this same issue, and this did not resolve the entir
    problem. It has removed the error ... but access now crashes with n
    errors. After numerous searches and seeing the same respone from th
    same poster and nothing else except for the same/similar answers, i
    hoping someone else has any further ideas

    Im running XP with SP
    Office 2003 with SP
    Visual Studio .net 200
    I have tried completely uninstalling and reinstalling both Office an
    VS with no change. I have reregistered multiple .dll's includin
    VBe6.dll and the ones posted above

    So if anyone could get me an answer i'd be grateful
    traenol, Oct 27, 2006
  4. Jj295


    Sep 15, 2013
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    baileytem above may be answer

    baileytem's two steps above seem to have worked to get past the "Object library not registered" error message .
    However I got an "Active X" error after trying to set up my first database.

    I have Access 2003 on Win XP Pro SP3.

    Any ideas?
    Last edited: Sep 15, 2013
    glnz, Sep 15, 2013
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