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My thread was raised in genuine innocence and I am sorry for wasting your time.But perhaps it is not a waste of time, my information should be of value to other Chrome users who may have updating failure when using Sandboxie.
In my following code following error is displayed at line 4, whenever I execute the query str SQL. Anonymous If you create a recordset using connection.execute or command.execute, you will get a forward-only, read-only recordset. Presumably anybody over 20 years old need not bother to respond with the average UK national life expectancy set at a mere 78-80 years. I would think that half the world is on Windows XP and most of these have SP3.How does Chrome expect me to leave my impeccable Firefox with a message like that ?Can anybody please tell me why Chrome is behaving like this and of course how I can fix it without re-inventing the wheel ? Enter one of the following commands in the text field, depending on your operating system. Here are a few ways to locate and shut down these processes: Back again Koala, you deserve a big sprig of Eucalyptus tree for helping me like this on my tiny problems. Actually the practical presence of this Error message in blacking poor old Granny Windows XP, SP3 aged and wrinkled torso is silly. If you're subscribed to the other thread, Admin Mark should be back with some technical details in the next few days. Apart from being courteous, I will leave it to fade away like an old soldier. I always enter the Internet using Sandboxie for obvious reasons. Having asked for help on this Chrome updating failure with my Windows XP, SP3, I opened Chrome without Sandboxie and IT UPDATED perfectly !Issue This error is most likely due to a problem with the Application folder on your computer during the installation process. Windows XP: %USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome Windows Vista: %USERPROFILE%\App Data\Local\Google\Chrome 3. The procedure looks fairly safe and with Chrome being a second fiddle which I rarely use, I feel OK about it. I then opened Chrome using Sandboxie and updating FAILED !ERROR: Run-time error '3251': Current Recordset does not support updating.
This may be alimitation of the provider, or of the selected locktype.--------------------------------------------Private Sub cmd OK_Click()1 Dim str SQL As String2 str SQL = "Select address_r from persons where userid " & uid3 Set rs_persons = cn. Open "Select * from persons", cn, ad Open Dynamic, ad Lock Optimistic End Sub--------------------------------------------What is wrong ? There is always a new solution for the same problem. Update orrs_"persons",ad Key Set,ad Lock Optimistic, ad Cmd Table Which is the way msdn opens recordsets for update (and slightly faster than 'select * from ...').On Internet Explorer, the installer needs to close the browser to proceed with the installation. Also, if an application is using an already installed version of Flash Player, the Flash Player installer can't run properly.In that case, close all open applications and try again.Here is my post :- ***** I have Windows XP, SP3 which is supported by Microsoft and will be until some time in 2014.