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This app has run fine for years on a Windows XP client and also on a windows server. I recently upgraded my workstation which included a migration from Windows XP to Windows 7 and now I get the error “Microsoft Access has stopped working” when I try to launch the application.
This did not happen immediately after migrating but about a week later. The new PC is a 64bit as is Windows 7 — but the Office suite is still x Note that I can copy the application from the Window 7 machine to the Window machine and it works fine hitting the same backend — so I am confident that the code is good. The problem only occurs when I have designated an auto-start Access form. If I turn that off, I can launch the application OK and then manually run the self-same form without incident.
It is also worth noting that I have a second very large Access application running on the same PC and it also has an auto-start form — but it is behaving correctly. OK I think I fixed my own problem! Earlier I was having similar difficulties with Visio abending whenever I tried to close it.
I did a search for that problem and found a solution posted on another forum. I tried the same solution here for MS Access — and it worked!. Here it is At the bottom of the screen there is a drop down labelled “Manage” and along side it, a button labeled “Go If it has an available Add-in “Send to Bluetooth” and the check box is checked this is your problem.
Uncheck it. Save changes and cloase out of Access and relaunch. Did you try to compile your code on a new computer in Access ?. What version of Access the app was originally developed? It seems that you have resolved your issue yourself. I have marked your reply as the answer and thank you for your feedback of your issue. You are more warmhearted if you take time to reply NadiaSz. Does anyone has any other solutions? It seems that all that is necessary is to run the COM Add-Ins as I don’t have any installed either but now my database is working again.
Ahhh, the mysteries of life. Access stooped wording for me after I downloaded the service pack to try to fix Word that had stopped working. As it appeared to be a compatibility issue, I did the following and am now able to access my files and get my work done.
Will test delete rebuild command buttons, later. Have wasted enough time on this so far. Tried roll-back to. This makes Access just about unusable at this point–this is key application and I can’t find a way to even open it without it crashing. For me, running on a 64 bit Windows 7 system, the issue seems to be dormant for awhile, then crop up again after I’ve made a code change. Not every code change, just occasional. The change can be large or small. So, I’m now keeping many backups and I make sure to copy the dbase immediately before any code change.
If the error occurs, I restore the backup, re-copy and try again. I can then re-open the file again in Office The last time I was missing a reference, when I fixed this in , the file worked again in I’m having the same issues with Access 32bit on Win7 64bit. Disabling Add-Ins fixed the crashing once, but it immediately came back the next time I opened a file.
Access continues to crash. I cannot believe that I’m going to have to run Access in the virtual XP windows. That’s when Access crashes. The Database then opens, and you can compact and repair at your leisure. To save time because this seems to happen quite frequently with me , save the above in Notepad as a. Then just Double Clicking on the file will bring your Database back to life.
I have been fighting this for months like the rest of you. I use Windows 7 on 64 and 32 bit pc’s. My MsAccess app is 27 mb for the front-end and last night I back up to a jump drive. This morning on my Win 7 pc I got the message of death that we are all fighting “MSAccess stopped running”. I loaded on Windows server from my jump drive and it worked ok. I loaded on my laptop Win 7 and it crashed. I hope I am not speaking to soon. The only way that I could get it to work was in the CMD window change the directory to Office14 and key in.
This will bring up the MSAccess window. Want to say thank you. Since having to upgrade to Access from Access I have had this. I had a similar issue – access crashing whenever tried to open a form or a module – the decompile trick worked. I was a little worried because I had backup only for data not for the design part The solution above posted from another user, regarding the decomplilation, is also posted by Microsoft on September 30, on.
However, till the time the issue with the Faulting module vbe7. Have pending 12 Modules and modifications that I need to make in my access frontend and I cannot I have this same issue running Office on Windows 7 machines. One specific form in particular seems to be the problem.
Database works completely fine on XP machines, Server machines, etc. I have experienced a similar problem and have found a way to fix it which might be useful for others. I get the “Microsoft Access has stopped working” message when I try to open any of my modules.
The rest of the database opens fine however I can’t open any modules. Simply saving the database with a different name fixes the problem.
The problem arises if the database is closed while running code. For example, I accidentally created an endless loop in my code and closed the database while the code was running. Next time I opened it, I got the “stopped working” message. It appears that far too many people are experiencing the same or similar problems with MS Access and Windows 7. I have tracked this problem down to the Startup option in Access. If a form is designated to display at startup, Access becomes unstable.
The issue that occurs is that many, if not all, tables become unaccessible. If an attempt is made to open a table in datasheet view, the system will crash.
The same goes if you try to query a table. You can open the table in design view without consequence, but that’s about it. I have tried many other suggested solutions, including decompiling, etc.. The only thing that seems to work is the above. I haven’t tried going back to using an autoexec macro to display an initial form at run-time. I’ll post back if that works. Microsoft should really feel shame at this point, but they surely don’t.
Win 7 is crap, Office Folks, take a look around, they think we’re juviniles with the need for the big pretty pictures, cutsie objects, and really big letters, kind of like the big alphabet blocks you had as a child. What a mess they are making of the working tools we use to accomplish professional business. It’s confirmed, any automatic startup options set to launch upon opening Access, be it a form designated in the Startup options, or a macro, will cause Access to crash when accessing table data.
This must be some security issue in Windows 7 interfering with Microsoft Access. Pardon me for saying so, but what a freekin mess Microsoft has made! XP was probably the most stable OS along with Office Beyond that, I wouldn’t give a nickel for the crap they’ve shoveled out recently. All the oversized junk and nifty features they’ve introduced into the latest apps, including the rediculous ribbons, and yet all these problems prevailing, just proves that you can’t polish a turd, no matter how hard you try.
Hope you feel better for venting MPM01, but most of your comments are not all that helpful towards solving any problems. Its just adds material for the rest of to read hoping there’s something useful in there. You might consider writing your own program – Win 7, Office, etc.
These program are the lifeblood of my distribution business and i’m thankful to live and work in a time with these tools available. This evil error has happened to me much to often! My only real solution is to keep vigilant backups in multiple places.
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