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DAO Error 1706: Do-It-Yourself Fix

 

Data Access Objects, or DAO, is an application program interface that Microsoft uses in many of its applications. While DAO is still in wide use today, there are many times where this type of data accessing can lead to errors, especially when using Microsoft program that do not run DAO. This is when a DAO Error 1706 is likely to come up.

 

What Is DAO Error 1706?

DAO Error 1706 will pop up and alert you that there is a problem with the communication process between a Microsoft application and your computer. This error is letting you know that there is no source for the system to use DAO and therefore a fatal error will take place.

 

What Causes DAO Error 1706?

There are many things that can go wrong and cause DAO Error 1706. While there is no one thing in particular that is more common that another, a likely cause is a memory problem with your computer itself. It could also be that you installed or uninstalled a program in an incorrect manner. Another possible cause is a corrupt file or files on your computer’s registry that is causing the trouble.

 

Fixing DAO Error 1706 Problems

While there can be a variety of causes for DAO Error 1706, the good news is that there is some solutions you can try on your own to fix them. These solutions may fix your DAO Error 1706 problems and at the very least will give you a place to start.

 

Solution 1: Uninstall and Reinstall Specific Microsoft Program

Steps:

  1. Turn on your computer.
  2. Identify the program that is experiencing the DAO Error 1706.
  3. Uninstall the program.
  4. Reinstall the program, but only after the old version is totally uninstalled.
  5. Restart your computer after reinstall.
  6. Check to see if problem persists.

 

Solution 2: Update Specific Microsoft Program

  1. Turn on your computer.
  2. Identify the program that is experiencing the DAO Error 1706.
  3. Conduct an internet search for an updates that can be run.
  4. Follow instructions on updates that you find.
  5. Restart your computer after updates.
  6. Check to see if problem persists.

 

Solution 3: Check Location of DAO Library (Advanced Action)

Steps:

  1. Turn on your computer.
  2. Search for ‘DAO360.DLL.’
  3. It should be located at C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\DAO\DAO360.DLL.
  4. Reregister the file by clicking the Start Button – Run – then typing Regsvr32.EXE “C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\DAO\DAO360.DLL.”
  5. Restart your computer.
  6. Check to see if problem persists.

 

These solutions should help you rid your computer of the DAO Error 1706 once and for all. Good luck!


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