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    SIMS/Lesson Monitor Error

    Getting an error on 1 staff PC when trying to load Lesson Monitor - it gets about 3/4 of the way thru sync'ing with Access then throws an error about ODBC and Access - something about an invalid criteria (at home so dont have the exact wording)
    I click OK and then it gives me an error code of "3267" or close to it

    Have tried removing SIMS and reinstalling, but same error happens
    Did notice that BDE is not re-installed - or un-installed for that matter!!

    My Boss said that he's seen similar error in the past and was due to a missing LessonMonitor.ini file - this is present - but replaced from a known good install - no effect..

    Any ideas - Teacher ripping my head off cos he cant reports! though why he (and foir that matter everyone else!!) doesn't go to another PC is beyond me!!

    HELP!! :twisted:

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    Re: SIMS/Lesson Monitor Error

    have you got a similar machine(s)? if so, copy an image from one that works to the one presenting the problems. it worked before.

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    Re: SIMS/Lesson Monitor Error

    they are all these tiny little Asus PC's which are dotted all over the school. Will try an image tomorrow

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    Re: SIMS/Lesson Monitor Error

    Try deleting the local copy of the database.

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    Re: SIMS/Lesson Monitor Error

    Try deleting the local copy of the database.

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    Re: SIMS/Lesson Monitor Error

    Is the Windows Date format right? I think it's the short date that makes it throw wobblies if it's not DD/MM/YYYY. It's probably not the problem, but just thought i'd mention it...

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    Re: SIMS/Lesson Monitor Error

    ok just checked the error again and it throws a run-time error of 3246
    I'm gonna swap it with another PC for now. I have to check every staff PC in the school to make sure they can get onto SIMS - got another 20 rooms to check yet

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    Re: SIMS/Lesson Monitor Error

    Well the SIMS error seems to have cleared with the new upgrade!



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