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Please suggest me perfect solution to know how to fix corrupt access files?

By hunt69morgan ·
I am a database administrator and maintain the database in well mannered way. But suddenly i got corruption in my access database 2013 and lost crucial files. I want to know to fix corrupt access files and how to restore ms access database on system with old originality?

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free advice

by max78norvell In reply to Please suggest me perfect ...

You can try to Compact and Repair your corrupt database. This is the very first solution you must try. If it doesn't work, this means the database is severely corrupted and can't be fixed by MS Access. In such situation you can use some third-party MS Access repair or recovery software. If you are looking for an effective and relevant solution, I will suggest you to use Recovery Toolbox for Access. It will resolve any type of corruption error from your database file and restore your maximum possible data to a new database file. Download its free demo version to see preview of recovered data: http://www.access.recoverytoolbox.com/
Regards.

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Access data recovery

by RobertM.Ulibarri In reply to Please suggest me perfect ...

Repair your corrupt database then try Recovery for Access tool to repair lost .mdb & .accdb files. It recover various database objects like tables, vies, macros, modules, queries, etc.It supports MS Access 2010, 2007, 2003, 2002 & 2000.

Try:- http://www.recoverydeletedfiles.com/access-file-recovery-tool.html

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Access data recovery

by RobertM.Ulibarri In reply to Please suggest me perfect ...

Repair your corrupt database then try Recovery for Access tool to repair lost .mdb & .accdb files. It recover various database objects like tables, vies, macros, modules, queries, etc.It supports MS Access 2010, 2007, 2003, 2002 & 2000.

Try:- http://www.recoverydeletedfiles.com/access-file-recovery-tool.html

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Fix Corrupt Access Database

by darren.swan In reply to Please suggest me perfect ...

When an Access database is corrupt or damaged, user can try one of the following methods to recover data from it. User may recover data with the first method or have to try all the methods.

1. Restore from Backup: It is the best and easiest method to recover data.

2. Compact & Repair: Run this command on corrupt database file.
Tools menu, point to Database Utilities, and then click Compact and Repair Database

3. Import in New Database: Create a new blank database and import all the data of corrupt database into it.

4. Access File Repair: If none of the above methods work then try Microsoft certified partner's product to repair corrupt database.

http://www.repair-access-file.com/

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No pain, no gain!

by mrgeek.1974 In reply to Fix Corrupt Access Databa ...

This is only one viable option - to back up any database, no matter how posh is it. User or administrator can live a long and blessed life, but once a day the fate comes, and backups will be a single response!

In our institute we are always use backup techniques for any DBs starting from Excel tables and up to MySQL entire server content. We are using scripts, utilities such as Handy Backup (http://handybackup.net/ ) or just copying data to FTP manually. As a result, losses of DB actual information are reduced to about 3-4%, due to incompetence of common uses. No other mean can "recover" data from the dumb hands!

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Access file recovery software

by ronald_gomez41 In reply to Please suggest me perfect ...

You can try to use Access file recovery software to recover your lost and damaged data from .mdb files. Go to http://www.recoverfilesdata.com/access-file-recovery-software.html to know more about access file recovery software.

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To restore a database, you must already have a backup copy of your database

by donaldreynolds In reply to Please suggest me perfect ...

A backup is commonly referred to as a "known good copy" of a database file — a copy in which you are confident of its data integrity and design. You should use the Back Up Database command in Microsoft Office Access to make backups, but you can use any known good copy to restore a database. For example, you can restore a database from a copy that is stored on a USB external backup device.

You can restore an entire database, or you can selectively restore objects in a database.

If you do not have a backup copy, you risk data loss and unwanted changes to or corruption of your database design. For this reason, you should make backups on a regular basis.

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MS ACCESS RECOVERY SOLUTION

by cathrinegarcia24 In reply to Please suggest me perfect ...

Hi,
You can repair, recover and can export you .mdb and .accdb corrupted file by using third party to get details visit and have a free demo http://www.accessrecoverytool.com/

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