We can imaging the popularity of the WordPress for any types of website now a days. And so there are too many vendors out there who provides the ready themes for wordpress. But what I think is not all are good at all.
For some reason with that extension it tries to use MS Access DB engine to open the DB but in this case because I was testing on a virtual machine that did NOT have any MS Office junk installed it would throw the error. Sounds retarded but that’s all I could figure out. After doing some Googling I didn’t find the answer but made me wonder if it was looking for some Access parts or pieces to open it even though the dbp Help reads
Microsoft Data Access Drivers (MDAC) required for Microsoft Access databases are included with Windows starting with 98
Then I remembered I had some other connectivity issues before with this same file even on my DEV machine ( Win 7 Ultimate x64). So I just removed the file extension and BINGO! So for future reference I won’t be using .accdb OR .mdb extensions…
Subject: Provider cannot be found. It may not be properly installed.
Posted: Thu Jun 07, 2012 9:18 pm (GMT -7)
Topic Replies: 0
While testing a compiled pub in a virtual machine running xp I get this error:
Provider cannot be found. It may not be properly installed.
It the n gives some dbp connection errors after that like invalid datasase ID, and Table not open, etc. It only throws the error about 50% of the time, the rest it works just fine. I’ts a compiled pub so no debugger but I’m guessing its a dbp problem because of the following errors. Any ideas why? And why is it a "hit and miss"? Does this have something to do with the DB engine in Windows?
Configure Internet Explorer 9 to use a different search service other than Bing.
When you type in a search query instead of an URL into Windows Internet Explorer 9‘s address bar, by default it accesses the Bing search engine to return your results. If you would rather use Google or another search engine / service, do the following:
1. Click on the gear icon at the top-right of Internet Explorer 9, selecting “Manage add-ons”….