BCM -07 Restoration - File Crash


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JhScottUSA

My BCM data base has become corrupted. After a miserable experience with
VISTA I upgraded to 7 on my HP laptop and continue to have problems in
Outlook BCM. Latest occurred when I attempted to add a contact the system
indicated that I as administrator did not have the proper privileges and BCM
indicated that my access address was not signed in. I moved to run error
check and BCM stalled then froze. I shut down, cleaned and defragged, opened
up BCM and encountered a dialogue box in the error check run that stated that
the system had discovered error that could not be fixed and to restore the
BCM files.

In running a restore, I encountered a dialogue box that states "Changes to
the state or options of DB 'MSSmallBusiness' cannot be made at this time. The
database is in single-user mode, and a user is currently connected to it.
ALTER DATABASE statement failed.
I need a fix. I am the only user on this system -

What have you done to your OS after XP. Vista was a disaster and to the
moment our experience with 7 is beginning the same way.

John H. Scott
Managing Director
Morgan Whitehall

John H. Scott
Managing Director
Morgan Whitehall
248 310-1946
 
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Leonid S. Knyshov // SBS Expert

My BCM data base has become corrupted. After a miserable experience with
VISTA I upgraded to 7 on my HP laptop and continue to have problems in
Outlook BCM. Latest occurred when I attempted to add a contact the system
indicated that I as administrator did not have the proper privileges and BCM
indicated that my access address was not signed in. I moved to run error
check and BCM stalled then froze. I shut down, cleaned and defragged, opened
up BCM and encountered a dialogue box in the error check run that stated that
the system had discovered error that could not be fixed and to restore the
BCM files.

In running a restore, I encountered a dialogue box that states "Changes to
the state or options of DB 'MSSmallBusiness' cannot be made at this time. The
database is in single-user mode, and a user is currently connected to it.
ALTER DATABASE statement failed.
I need a fix. I am the only user on this system -

What have you done to your OS after XP. Vista was a disaster and to the
moment our experience with 7 is beginning the same way.

John H. Scott
Managing Director
Morgan Whitehall

John H. Scott
Managing Director
Morgan Whitehall
248 310-1946
Restart the SQL server service. That should clear the single user mode
issue.

Alternatively, restart the computer.

Try again.
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Leonid S. Knyshov
Crashproof Solutions
510-282-1008
Twitter: @wiseleo
http://crashproofsolutions.com
Microsoft Small Business Specialist
Please vote "helpful" if I helped you :)
 
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Raul Thomas

Right Click on Outlook, select the option to launch it as an administrator
and see If you can restore the data successfully

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Regards

Rahul Thomas

MSFT
 

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