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Access Database Repair - 9.Jan.2016 5:17:36 AM   


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Use Access Database Repair software comes with all the major options and features with ribbon arrangement. So, there is no need to browse along the software for longer. All the options like Save, Select Database, Exit, Stop, Find Tree Item etc. are arranged in the ribbon. It also repairs corrupt MS Access (.MDB or .ACCDB) database file and then recover tables, queries, forms, macros, reports, etc. See at: http://www.softmagnat.com/access-database-repair.html
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RE: Access Database Repair - 7.May2016 6:50:15 AM   


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It can also easily repairs corrupt MS Access (.MDB or .ACCDB) database file and then recover tables, queries, forms, macros, reports, etc. It also restores permanently deleted data from MDB file of MS Access 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003, 2002, 2000 on your latest Windows 10 and 8.1 PC & all below Windows version like as Win8, Win7, Vista, 2003 and XP.

Go through- http://tinyurl.com/j6s4lmp
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RE: Access Database Repair - 13.Jun.2016 11:56:25 PM   


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Helps you to restore tables, queries, relationships, forms, reports, pages, macros, modules and repairs password protected MS Access database or mdb files. See at- http://tinyurl.com/halnr5m
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RE: Access Database Repair - 13.Jun.2016 11:57:49 PM   


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RE: Access Database Repair - 12.Aug.2016 5:45:35 AM   


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To repair the access database file, make use of the professional MS Access File Repair tool, this is the best repair tool and with the help of this you can easily fix and restore MS Access file corruption, errors or the inaccessible files. This deals with all sorts of corruption and recovers the damaged, corrupted or even inaccessible access file.
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RE: Access Database Repair - 19.Dec.2016 5:54:10 AM   


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Before you can purchase any paid software to recover data from corrupt Access database files, you must try few easy manual tricks here. Try these (one by one):
1. Compact and Repair utility is the very first thing you should try here. It comes as a built-in repair tool in MS Access program to repair Access database file.
2. Microsoft provides another freeware utility, known as JetComp.exe to fix corrupt Access database.
3. There's an Import feature in MS Access tool that allows users to import corrupt database into a new database file.

For more information, you can read this blog post - Repair Access Database with Compact and Repair Utility | N. Sem's Blog

Remember the manaul tricks shared in the above blog post don't require any paid software or any cost. I hope they would be helpful here.

Thanks and best regards.
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RE: Access Database Repair - 15.Feb.2017 4:27:04 AM   


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Here I would like to refer an efficient third party software, known as, Repair Access Database. The software is compatible with both MDB and ACCDB file formats of MS Access. The software is integrated with dual recovery modes -

1- Standard Mode
2- Template Mode

To evaluate the features and functionalities of the software, download its free trial version from: http://www.repairaccessdatabase.com
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RE: Access Database Repair - 8.May2020 7:16:45 AM   


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There are several approaches to compacting and repairing a database. A common practice is to automatically compact and repair a database when it closes. In addition, you can manually run the Compact and Repair Database command, when you have a database open, and on a database that is not open.

Before you begin

Take the following actions before you begin a compact and repair operation:
 Make a backup of the database During the repair process, Access may truncate some data from tables that are damaged. It is sometimes possible to recover this data from a backup. In addition to your regular backup strategy, you should make a backup immediately before you use the Compact and Repair Database command. For more information, see Protect data with backup and restore processes.
 Get exclusive access to the database A compact and repair operation requires exclusive access to the database file, because the operation may disrupt other users. You should notify other users when you plan to run a compact and repair operation, so that they can avoid using the database during that time. For more information, see Open an existing Access database.
Tell users how long they must avoid using the database. If you run compact and repair operations on a regular basis, keep a record of how long it takes. You can then make more precise estimates that give other users guidance on how long they should avoid using the database.
 Get sufficient file permission to the database If you do not have sufficient permissions and you need to compact and repair a database, contact your system administrator for assistance. For more information, see Changes to file sharing over a network in Windows 10.

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