Written By Pallavi
Updated on August 10th, 2019
Synopsis: Let us discuss the ways to troubleshoot Access Runtime Error 3151 also known as ODBC called failed error 3151.
This error occurs in MS Access when the user makes the same ODBC connection with MS Access as MS SQL Server.
Note: You need to keep a track of the time of occurrence of Access Runtime error 3151 like during installation of MS Access or Windows, during windows startup and shutdown. As this will make it easier to fix or troubleshoot Access runtime error 3151.
Some of the common causes of Access Runtime Error 3151 are:
Just follow the step by step procedure and fix the problem. Let us see what the first method says:-
This error is displayed when the MS Access files are corrupted. Virus or Malware attack can also cause corrupt files. So, you need to scan for virus and malware with a good antivirus.
With this option, you can restore the files back to the state when they were healthy. This will also not affect your data and other files.
For this go to start, button>enter “update” in search box>Windows update dialog box will be displayed> Click on “Install Updates” if updates are present.
By doing this you can easily troubleshoot Access Runtime Error 3151.
If these methods are not helpful to you, try using the next method.
The professional MS Access Database Recovery Tool is designed to repair severely corrupted MDB files which are the main cause of any error in Access Database and therefore it fixes alignment errors and restores the MDB files in the original form.
In this post, I have discussed few methods to troubleshoot Access Runtime Error 3151. The issue can be resolved with the help of manual methods, But,if the error is still unresolved,Then you can use the Professional Access Database Recovery Tool,
About The Author:
Pallavi is a content writer in the field of data recovery and email migration. She has a passion for creating engaging and thought-provoking content. With several years of experience in the field, she has developed a deep understanding of various writing styles and formats,
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