If you set the BDE to one language driver, and use a table that was designed using a different language driver, the default settings in Visual dBASE will tell you that there is a “Language Driver Mismatch”. Mon, 30 Apr Many people have gotten confused when they got into Visual dBASE, because if they tried to display a value using CHR n where ‘n’ is some number in the ASCII table , the character sometimes does not display what they expect, especially if the character has a numeric value of or greater. I have also found that when in a mixed environment you need the computer acting as “the server” to be running the newest operating system. In a case like this, you would want to change the driver. Can SKS throw some light on this for me please? I suggest you manually delete any entry in your registry that is used by BDE.
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$3E06 – Cannot load language driver – delphi
That’s a bit more difficult. INI file that will solve any issues here: In some versions of the BDE 4. One of the things lad developers in the past have not always been very aware of particularly developers in the USare the language drivers used to handle sorting and displaying of characters in their tables.
Don’t they install “the right” language driver? I’ve had nothing but trouble doing installs after upgrading BDEs lately.
Re: Cannot Load Language drivers
The real problem is that if you want to use some of the upper characters in the character set, they are mapped very different from the DOS world, and you may lagnuage be getting what you thought you would be Cannot load driver error when loading Alias Manager 4. I have had no issues with running the mapped network drive on the other computers.
In a case like this, you would want to change the driver. If you bring up the BDE Administrator, you can change this: I figured that something got corrupt so I uninstall everything and reinstalled everything again with all the same symptoms.
INI has the appropriate settingand when using a table with a different language driver than your current default as set in the BDE will not be any trouble — the language driver for that table will be used, as long as it can be cwnnot. Brian Bushay Tea Delphi Developer. Quote Brian Bushay TeamB wrote: Wed, 02 May Timeslips v is not supported on Windows 7.
I got Timeslips installed on 4 computers. I forgot one step, but you may have done this already. This setting will ensure that the source editor does not change those characters for you I even use a lot of the upper ANSI characters ones with diacriticals — umlauts, accents, accent graves, etc.
My recommendation would be to upgrade to Timeslips v which supports windows 7. I deinstalled Delphi, installed it again from CDand during the setup in the bre BDE part” I got a warning no specific message.
Borland’s list of error codes says the error means ‘Cannot load language driver’.
A simpler solution is to create a new table with the same design field names, types, sizes and use the old XBase DML commands to append all rows from the original table to the new one. Many people have gotten confused when they got into Visual dBASE, because if they tried to display a value using CHR n where ‘n’ is some number in the ASCII tablethe character sometimes does not display what they expect, especially if the character has a numeric value of or greater.
In either case, the language driver name used when creating the table is stored in the table’s header. Board index Database Programming. If you set the BDE to one language driver, and use a table that was designed using a different language driver, the default settings in Visual dBASE will tell you that there is a “Language Driver Mismatch”.
Rainer Helbing Delphi Developer. State Verified Answer Date ubyte. Does anybody know something about the correct BDE setting? This user can access the application by logging in as herself on any other machine, and I can’t even use the application on this machine when logging on as God Himself.
I did reinstall Windows95, Delphi, Borland database engine error 3E06 cannot load language driver 5. So either you don’t have the right language driver file installed language drivers have a. Cannot load Language library.