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Error 2894

By SwampCity ·
Tags: Microsoft
I receive error code 2894 when I try to install most programs and they fail. In addition I tried to do a factory reset and my computer said I could not. Does anyone have a solution?
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solution on error 2894

by sadiqrehan1512 In reply to Error 2894

Error code 2894 basically known as Microsoft Access Error 2894. It usually occurs when Microsoft Access fails or crashes while it is running, It doesn’t necessarily mean that the code was corrupt, but just that it did not work during its run-time.
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error 2894

by deborasumopayroll In reply to Error 2894

Runtime Error 2894 happens when Microsoft Access fails or crashes whilst it’s running, hence its name. It doesn’t necessarily mean that the code was corrupt in some way, but just that it did not work during its run-time. This kind of error will appear as an annoying notification on your screen unless handled and corrected. Here are symptoms, causes and ways to troubleshoot the problem.

Runtime errors happen without warning. The error message can come up the screen anytime Microsoft Access is run. In fact, the error message or some other dialogue box can come up again and again if not addressed early on.

There may be instances of files deletion or new files appearing. Though this symptom is largely due to virus infection, it can be attributed as a symptom for runtime error, as virus infection is one of the causes for runtime error. User may also experience a sudden drop in internet connection speed, yet again, this is not always the case.

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Error 2894

by SparrowJ In reply to Error 2894

Runtime Error 2894 happens when Microsoft Access fails or crashes whilst it’s running, hence its name. It doesn’t necessarily mean that the code was corrupt in some way, but just that it did not work during its run-time. This kind of error will appear as an annoying notification on your screen unless handled and corrected. Here are symptoms, causes and ways to troubleshoot the problem.

When you get a runtime error, keep in mind that it is happening due to programs that are conflicting with each other. The first thing you can do to resolve the problem is to stop these conflicting programs.

Open Task Manager by clicking Ctrl-Alt-Del at the same time. This will let you see the list of programs currently running.

Go to the Processes tab and stop the programs one by one by highlighting each program and clicking the End Process buttom.

You will need to observe if the error message will reoccur each time you stop a process.

Once you get to identify which program is causing the error, you may go ahead with the next troubleshooting step, reinstalling the application.

Hope this will help
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As others are telling you this Error is a Access Error Code

by OH Smeg In reply to Error 2894

If you are getting it in general Run Time I would be looking at a Hardware problem so go into the BIOS and make sure that is correct things like the right Date and Time are Important as well as overclocking the CPU can cause problems so make sure that everything is right there and then try again.

However if you are getting this Error Message when you attempt to reinstall Windows it is most likely a RAM Issue with Mismatched RAM running into a Timing Problem causing the system to fall over and out of desperation giving you this Error Message as it can not pick anything else to tell you.

To check this grab a copy of the Ultimate Boot CD and run a RAM Test on your Hardware which is the starting point to work from. The Ultimate Boot CD is FREE so if you are asked for payment you are on the wrong site or have clicked on an add. It also has a entire range of Hardware Tests and using them will certainly not hurt either so after the RAM Test if it passes try a CPU Test and HDD Test. If the HDD fails that doesn't mean the Hard Drive is at fault though it could be but in Desktop Computers the Power Supply or Data lead could be faulty so you need to investigate further.

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