ADO libraries and non-working db

asked 2020-09-02T08:49:30.58+00:00
Andrea Vironda 811 Reputation points

Since new updates I did on W10 in the last few days, I have trouble accessing a Microsoft Access Database (.mdb), used by my ERP custom software.
I think the trouble is related to ADO libraries.
I don't know very well what to do. The problem that blocks me is not meaningful (the sw simply remain in idle, without starting).

Is there any way to convert the db in a more modern one in order to be read by the ERP software? It is still written in VB6... But i can't change it.
the ERP runs on client machine, while db is located in server

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  1. answered 2020-09-15T02:26:09.233+00:00
    Emily Hua-MSFT 21,526 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    @ AndreaVironda-1776,

    We are mainly responsible for general issues of Office desktop applications, such as the issues of installation, activation.

    Your issues is related to interface code, which is not supported on Q&A now, please ask the questions on the forum below.

    Access for Developers

    I would also change the tag to be "not-supported". Thanks for your understanding.

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