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« on: January 12, 2021, 12:12:26 PM »

Download Access Database Recovery Tool to effortlessly recover data from corrupt or inaccessible MDB or ACCDB files of MS Access database. The software is also capable to recover data from multiple corrupt files simultaneously. This software allow the user to recover all the access documents. It can recover all the data and file objects, such as: tables, queries, indexes, relations, etc. from them. This can easily fix all corruption issues in ACCDB and MDB database  and then recover tables, queries, forms, macros, reports, etc. Use this free demo version which help the users to analyze its functions, features and of course, its efficiency.

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« Reply #1 on: January 19, 2021, 10:29:50 AM »

So here are three manual ways for MS Access Database Recovery

1) Use Of Microsoft Jet Compact Utility: Jet compact utility is an inbuilt tool mostly works when the issue is minor and not a major one. You can download this tool from Microsoft official site. We usually call it as Jetcomp.exe

2) Backup And Restore: The second method to repair MS Access is to keep a backup of your access files and then restore it on a later stage.

In this method, you have to delete the backup file tables and import the corrupt database tables.. There are two ways to do this:

a) Out here, first you have to delete all the rows from your backup and then copy that data with the help of AOD (VBA Code)
b) In the second option, you have to use the “Import Wizard” to import all data table.
Note: It’s hard to import data using Import Wizard. So to do that, first you have to open a page in the new database that you have created. Kindly follow the below steps to create or open an existing page:

Click Objects -> Pages in the Database Window.
Then, click on New. In the New Data Access Page dialog box, select Existing Web Page and done.

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