Runtime error 20523- Cannot find database dll

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… I keep getting this error in my Microsoft Access Database.
….Runtime error 20523 – Cannot find database dll
… I know that I saved the program correctly and it was doing fine when I was editing it
… but when I opened it again it kept on giving me that error
… how am I gonna save my database?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #83559

Runtime error 20523- Cannot find database dll

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The definition of a RUNTIME ERROR is an error that occurs when the program is running.

Program  is executed according to a sequence of codes. If there is any problem in those codes the program will not be executed properly. When we consider MS Access database it has many connection with the operating system(OS). So these kind of runtime errors can occur when there is a problem in OS. Restoring or Reinstalling OS is a best solution that I can accept.

This error might display due to computer viruses also. Though you can remove viruses from your computer by using antivirus program, the affect that occurs due to the virus remain in your computer. Unfortunately in this case also you have to reinstall your damaged system. There can be software  to remove the affect from the computer, but it is NOT a safety thing to do.

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Runtime error 20523- Cannot find database dll

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That error message is occurring because you have an error with your running OS.You can go to your computer control panel and restore to factory settings with the option to back up your existing files.I hope my answer helped.

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Runtime error 20523- Cannot find database dll

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The Runtime Error 20523 is caused by registry errors. The solution to this problem is to download “Registry Cleaner” and save it to your file. After the installation click the finish button and then click the fix button on your Registry Cleaner. This will fix DLL errors and other registry errors.

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