Step 1: Use the macropool MDAC Repair Tool
Our MDAC Repair Tool performs an analysis of the MDAC system components, suggests any missing updates, and repairs MDAC in most cases. See the demonstration with screenshots.
Step 2: Restart Windows
Restart Windows. If the problem persists, proceed with step 3.
Step 3: Install MDAC and JET
Even if the repair tool did not suggest it, download and install MDAC and Jet. If you have still no luck, proceed with step 4.
Step 4: Check MDAC files
Note: The following steps are not applicable under Windows XP with Service Pack 2. When using Windows XP SP2, proceed as described here.
Microsoft offers the tool MDAC Component Checker, which you can use to verify the consistency of your MDAC installation.
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How to Repair MDAC
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