Thanks Bob. I have instigated the change with the OLEDB
version of the connection string and so far all is ok.
Time will tell.
The URL is useful too. Thanks for your help! :-)
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>I can't answer your question, except to say that thisstrings.>you use the native Jet OLEDB provider instead of ODBC. See
>[url]www.connectionstrings.com[/url] for help with your connectionof>
>Robert Blakeman wrote:>> ( - also posted on inetserver.iis)
>> I am a web programmer with an ASP-based website on my
>> webhosts server (Win2000, IIS 5) which references an
>> Access 97 database. I am INTERMITTENTLY getting errorsDSN>> the kind:
>> Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers (0x80004005)
>> [Microsoft][ODBC Microsoft Access Driver]General error
>> Unable to open registry key 'Temporary (volatile) Jetand>> for process 0x9ac Thread 0xa0c DBC 0x15d1024 Jet'
>> I have read the articles:
>> on this matter, and intend to refer my webhost to them.
>> However, after enduring this error for over 18 monthshe>> across several servers, he has basically admitted thatsuddenly>> is at a loss as to its cause, and claims there are other
>> websites on the same server experiencing no problems.
>> What is notable here is that the site will process its
>> code without trouble on most occasions, and thenAdditionally,>> fail, producing the error described above.>>> I have an identical copy of my site on my ISPs free
>> webspace which has never failed.
>> Is this a permissions problem? Why does it occur
>> inconsistently, when code flow is uniform for all site
>> Any help greatly appreciated.
>> Robert Blakeman