2. Open a command prompt window with administrator rights.
3. In the command prompt window, navigate to the folder where the executable was saved in step 1.
4. Type the text below and click enter.
For whom is interested: CardExchange is a 32-bit application and hence needs the 32-bit version of the database engine. However, if a 64-bit version of Office is installed on the same computer, just running the installer will give an error message. Using the above command-line argument in the command prompt suppresses that error message and allows the smooth installation of the engine.
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Card Exchange issues after install Editor: Peter Rust
If after installation you receive an error like Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0 not registered
The solution that has worked for me on two pc's with this error has been written below
If the OS is Windows 7 64 bit and has MS Office 2010 installed even so try the following
Download and install from the Card Exchange website the following files
Click on the Support tab
The click on the CardExchange® Drivers tab
Download Office 2010 Database Engine in 32 bit version (even for a 64 bit operating system)
Next in the DOS command screen select directory where the database engine has been downloaded to
C:\ Temp AccessDatabaseEngine2010.exe /passive
Press enter key to install, and following any installation requirements prompted
Now try Card Exchange to see if message has cleared.
If the issue remains
Please note that when using the command syntax be sure to name the file exactly as is appears on the file as this is a direct command function, by using /passive directly installs the software and bypasses the Microsoft licence agreement although you do not see this you are still bound by the T&C’s
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