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Boomer189

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  1. After installing the 2019 update, I began receiving this error message "The Microsoft Jet database engine cannot find the input table or query 'Attachments'. Make sure it exists and that its name is spelled correctly." When I hit the OK button, this message reappears again. Another hit on the OK button and it disappears and I can edit the record. But if I click on any item in my collection, I get these same two messages before I can edit or even just review the record. What has happened to your program & how can I fix it?
  2. Boomer189

    2019 CoinManage installation

    To Admin: Have read my post about the file I left in Dropbox? Is it because you can't or don't respond to Dropbox files? Is there something more I need to do? As I said in my post, the 'Internet Backup' is not working for me when I tried it using the program. When I used it, all I got was a text document that I couldn't do anything with it. It appears that it doesn't complete its function & just stops working. I really need this program fixed. I don't want to lose all the data I have entered in the last 4 mos. Which is what I will have to do if I have use that older COINDESC.mdb file. I would really appreciate any help that you could give me.
  3. Boomer189

    2019 CoinManage installation

    I couldn't get a file to email to your techsupport from the 'Internet Backup' tab in the program. I just got a text document that I could do nothing with it. But I upload the COINDESC.mdb file from my program into Dropbox and shared it with your techsupport@libertystreet.com . I think this is the file that is corrupted because I copied over this file with an older Coindesc file and my program worked just fine. So if you correct this file and send it back to me, I would appreciate it. I don't know if this means anything, but when I was initially upgrading the program, I got an error message that said something about a file being to large and that I should try upgrading with a smaller file. I didn't understand how to do this, so I ignore the message & continued the upgrade process. I don't remember which file was too large, but if I were to guess, it was my coin images file. It has over 12,000 images & is 2.62 GB in size.
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