Hello Bob,

We had a similar problem here. Downloading an update from Microsoft fixed
it.
Have a look at the knowledge base report below.

http://www.protel.com.au/kb/rdc1906.htm

I think that it may help.

regards,

Phil Dutton C.I.D.
Senior CAD Technician
IPC Certified Interconnect Designer

Tenix Defence Systems Pty Ltd 
Systems Division - Adelaide
Second Avenue, Technology Park,
Mawson Lakes.  SOUTH AUSTRALIA  5095

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-----Original Message-----
From: Bob Fearon [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Thursday, 8 February 2001 8:16
To: Multiple recipients of list proteledausers
Subject: [PROTEL EDA USERS]: Problems with Access Jet engine



    Hi Guys (and Gals)

I have an error that I can't find in the Protel knowledge database.

When I try to open a ddb, I get the error plaque from windows:

    [MICROSFT] [ODBC MICROSOFT ACCESS DRIVER] The microsoft
    jet engine stopped the process because you and another are
attempting to
change the same data at the same time.

    I am running Protel 99 SE , service pack 5,  on windows 98.
    I am running standalone. I am tied into a network.
    I am the only one here with the software.( I've checked)
    I get the same symptom connected to the net or unconnected.

    I open Protel,  I open a database, ok so far.
    I have 4 schematics, and 2 pcbs in this database.
    If I open pcb #1, it opens fine.
    If I open pcb #2, I get the error.
    If I try to load a new set of libraries, I can remove them ok,
    buy when I add them, I get the error.

    I have rebooted.
    I have re-installed Protel.
    I have removed all Protel files and Fresh installed, no luck.
    I have sent a message to "support", but have not heard anything yet.

    Just a curious point, when I called Protel on the phone, I talked to
a
    person who told me: "Yeah, we get that all the time, but I don't
know
    what it is."

    Thanks in advance for any ideas.

Bob Fearon



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