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    Windows 10, crystal Report 10, issue after last Windows update

    Hi,

    I faced a problem after last windows 10 updates on 08/Jan/2018.
    When I want to open some of .rpt files, I get this error:

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    Query Engine Error: 'DAO Error Code: 0xd0f 
    Source: DAO.Fields
    Description: Unrecognized database format 'C:\MyTable.MDB'.')
    .rpt files are using MyTable.MDB ( Ver 2.0 !!!!)

    I f you let me know what is the best solution for fixing this urgent bug I will be so thankful.
    Last edited by alaingoodarzi; Jan 9th, 2019 at 07:31 PM.

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    Re: Windows 10, crystal Report 10, issue after last Windows update

    I think you mean the January 8, 2019 updates.

    Did you try uninstalling the update(s) and then testing again? That would verify that the update(s) are causing the issue.

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    Re: Windows 10, crystal Report 10, issue after last Windows update

    Yes I did and it is working if I uninstall the updates.
    But I am looking for a more concrete solution, I can not ask my clients to uninstall their windows updates.
    Anyways those update return back on their machines.

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    Re: Windows 10, crystal Report 10, issue after last Windows update

    OK, we have verified that it is indeed the latest Microsoft updates that are causing the issue. Microsoft, as usual, has had some serious problems with the January 2019 updates. See the link below. It may be time to whine to Microsoft about your issue, not that they will actually do anything about it, but at least they will be informed.

    https://www.techrepublic.com/article...t-genuine-pcs/

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