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Microsoft KB Archive/103997

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PRB: "Error Writing to File 'MSAIN100.DLL'" During 1.1 Install

Article ID: Q103997
Creation Date: 02-SEP-1993
Revision Date: 19-SEP-1996 The information in this article applies to:

  • Microsoft Access version 1.1

SYMPTOMS


The error message

   Error writing to file "MSAIN100.DLL"

is displayed when you are upgrading a network installation of Microsoft Access from version 1.0 to version 1.1. CAUSE


Make sure that no users are running Microsoft Access on the network. During the version 1.1 installation process, the MSAIN100.DLL file is deleted and replaced with the MSAIN110.DLL file. This file provides the international support for Microsoft Access.

If someone is using Microsoft Access when you start the installation process, the error message

   Error writing to file "MSAIN100.DLL"

is received when the Setup program tries to delete that file. Once all users have closed Microsoft Access, you can restart Setup. MORE INFORMATION


The following files are deleted during Microsoft Access 1.1 installation:

   BTRVISAM.DLL
   DBSIASM.DLL
   MSABC100.DLL
   MSAES100.DLL
   MSAIN100.DLL
   MSAJU100.DLL
   MSAJT100.DLL
   PDXISAM.DLL

REFERENCES

For more information, see the README.TXT file provided with Microsoft Access 1.1.



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Additional reference words: 1.00 1.10
KBCategory: kbsetup
KBSubcategory: StpNet