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Access File Recovery

Started by CumminsGeorge, February 10, 2016, 03:17:36 PM

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Access File Recovery Software allows you to recover your Access files or your Access database, it can also repair and fix corrupt Access databases. It can restore the table structure, data, key elements (primary key), field size, original date, validation rules, etc. It also restores permanently deleted data from MDB file of MS Access 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003, 2002, 2000 on your latest Windows 8.1.


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If manual solution fails resolve access database file corruption issues/errors then try the Access Repair N Recovery Tool as it is most proficient solution to fix any corruption issue encountered in the Access Database. Have a look at some of its quality features:
•   Effectively recovers tables, queries, forms, reports, macros, modules, relations etc.
•   Supports linked tables and calculated data types.
•   Easy retrieval of password-protected forms and modules.
•   Compatible with all versions of MS Access including latest 2016.
•   Easy restoration of all objects including deleted records to a new database


Recovering a corrupted or damaged Microsoft Access (.mdb or .accdb) file involves several steps and tools. Here's a general guide on how you can attempt to recover an Access file:

**1. Create a Backup:
Before attempting any recovery, make sure to create a backup copy of the corrupted Access file to prevent further data loss.

**2. Compact and Repair:
Access has a built-in "Compact and Repair" feature that can often fix minor corruption issues. Here's how to use it:

Open Access.
Go to the "File" menu.
Select "Options" and then "Current Database."
Click on the "Compact and Repair Database" button.
**3. Import into a New Database:
If the "Compact and Repair" feature doesn't work, you can try creating a new database and importing the objects from the corrupted database into the new one:

Create a new Access database.
Go to the "External Data" tab.
Click on "Access" to import objects from the corrupted database.
**4. Use Microsoft Jet Compact Utility:
The Jet Compact Utility (also known as "JetComp") is a standalone utility provided by Microsoft to repair and compact Access databases. You can download it from the Microsoft website and follow the instructions to repair your database.

**5. Third-Party Recovery Tools:
There are several third-party tools available that specialize in Access file recovery. These tools might have a higher chance of recovering data from severely corrupted files. Examples include AccessFIX, Stellar Repair for Access, and Kernel for Access Repair.

**6. Restore from Backup:
If you have regular backups of your Access database, you can restore a previous version from the backup to recover your data.

**7. Seek Professional Help:
If your Access file contains critical data and none of the above methods work, consider seeking help from a professional data recovery service that specializes in Access databases.

Important Notes:

Prevention: To avoid future corruption, it's important to follow best practices for maintaining and backing up your Access databases.
Corruption Causes: Corruption can be caused by various factors such as hardware issues, software bugs, improper shutdowns, or disk errors.
Always be cautious and create backups before attempting any recovery steps. Also, keep in mind that not all corruption issues can be resolved, and some data might be permanently lost. If your Access file contains crucial data, consider consulting with a professional before attempting any recovery methods.