Error code 8028 dbd occurs when the database driver encounters an error. This can be caused by a variety of factors, including incorrect database configuration, faulty database drivers, or corrupt database files. When this error occurs, it is typically accompanied by an error message that provides more information about the cause of the problem. In most cases, error code 8028 dbd can be resolved by restarting the database server or by running the database repair utility.
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1. Restart your computer and try again
- Restart your computer.
- Click on the "Start" button and then click on the "Restart" button.
- Enter your computer's administrator password when prompted.
- Click on the "Restart" button again.
- During the restart, hold down the "Shift" key to restart your computer in Safe Mode with networking.
- Click on the "Start" button and then click on the "Run" button.
- Enter the following command at the "Run" prompt: msconfig
- In the "System Configuration" window, click on the "Restart" button.
- After your computer has restarted, click on the "Start" button and then click on the "Enter" button.
- In the "User Accounts" window, click on the "Restart" button.
- After your computer has restarted, click on the "Start" button and then click on the "Accounts" button.
- In the "Accounts" window, click on the "Restart" button.
- After your computer has restarted, click on the "Start" button and then click on the "Logon" button.
- Enter your user name and password.
- After you have logged on, click on the "Start" button and then click on the "Programs" button.
- Click on the "Accessories" menu item and then click on the "Command Prompt" menu item.
- At the "Command Prompt" window, type the following command: net stop netlogon
- At the "Command Prompt" window, type the following command: net start netlogon
2. Update your drivers
- If you are using a personal computer, open Device Manager by clicking Start, then clicking Control Panel.
- Click the Hardware tab.
- Click the Device Manager button.
- In the Device Manager window, under Network adapters, right-click the network adapter for which you want to update the driver, and then click Update Driver.
- If the Update Driver dialog box appears, click Next.
- In the Update Driver dialog box, select the appropriate driver from the list, and then click Next.
- If the Confirm Driver Installation dialog box appears, click Yes.
- After the driver has been installed, click Finish.
- Close Device Manager.
3. Run a virus scan
1.Open the Windows Task Manager and select the Processes tab. 2.Locate the process that is causing the error code and click on it to open its properties window. 3.Click on the “Startup” tab and see if there is a folder or program listed in the “All Programs” list that is not supposed to be there. If so, remove it from the list and click on the “OK” button. 4.Click on the “System” tab and see if there are any misconfigured system files. If so, right-click on the file and select “Delete” to fix the problem. 5.If the problem still exists, perform a virus scan.
4. Uninstall and reinstall your program
- Open Windows Control Panel.
- Under Programs, click Uninstall a program.
- In the list of programs, find the program you want to uninstall, and click Uninstall.
- If the program has a setup file, Windows will ask if you want to run it. Click Yes to run the setup file.
- Follow the on-screen instructions to uninstall the program.
- After the program is uninstall, Windows will ask if you want to delete any files. Click Yes to delete the files.
- If the program has a settings file, Windows will ask if you want to save the settings. Click Yes to save the settings.
- Close the Control Panel.
5. Try running the program in compatibility mode
This error code is associated with an issue with the database. In order to try to fix the issue, you need to run the program in compatibility mode. To do this, open the program's Properties dialog box, click the Compatability tab, and select the Windows XP (Service Pack 3) option.
6. Check for Windows updates
- Open the Control Panel and click on System and Security.
- On the System and Security screen, click on Windows Update.
- On the Windows Update screen, click on the Check for updates button.
- If any updates are available, they will be displayed on the screen.
- If there are any updates that need to be installed, they will be displayed on the screen and you will be asked to install them.
- When the updates have been installed, you will be prompted to restart your computer.
- If the computer does not restart automatically, you will need to restart it manually.
- After the computer has been restarted, you will be able to continue using it.
If you didn't find success with an option above, then try:
- Perform a clean boot of your computer.
- Use the System File Checker tool to repair missing or corrupted system files.
- Use the DISM tool to repair your Windows installation.
- Contact customer support for your program.