Inventory.sql file errors usually occur during Microsoft Office Access 2010 startup, but can also occur while the program is running. These types of SQL errors are also known as “runtime errors” as they occur while Microsoft Office Access 2010 is running. You can find the most common inventory.sql runtime errors here:

  •      inventory.sql not found.
  •      inventory.sql error.
  •      Failed to load inventory.sql.
  •      Error loading inventory.sql.
  •      Failed to save inventory.sql / Unable to save inventory.sql.
  •      Runtime Error - inventory.sql.
  •      The inventory.sql file is missing or corrupt.

Most SQL errors are caused by missing or corrupted files. Your inventory.sql file may be missing because it was accidentally deleted, uninstalled as a file for another program (shared with Microsoft Office Access 2010), or was deleted by malware.

Furthermore, inventory.sql file corruption could be caused from a power outage while loading Microsoft Office Access 2010, a system crash while loading or saving inventory.sql, bad sectors on your storage media (usually your primary hard drive), or a malware infection. That's why it's so important to make sure your antivirus software is kept up-to-date and scanned regularly.


How to Fix inventory.sql Errors in 3 Steps?

Step 1: Restore your PC to the "snapshot" or backup image to the last restore point before the error occurred again.

Step 2: If Microsoft Office Access 2010 (or related software) was recently installed, try uninstalling and reinstalling Microsoft Office Access 2010 software.

Step 3: Perform Windows Update.