MS Access .MDB and .ACCDB files may get corrupt, damaged or inaccessible due to a number of unseen reasons such as accidental system shutdown, software malfunctioning/crash, virus attacks, storage media corruption, and so on. Some of the error messages that may get generated while accessing damaged .MDB or .ACCDB files are:
Available Two Repair Modes:
Standard Mode: This mode is selected in case there is a normal file corruption.
Template Mode: This mode is selected while dealing with major corruptions in MS Access database files, for example, when the internal database structure somehow gets lost. This repair mode must be chosen in case there is backup of corrupted MS Access files.
While performing the database repair, the software recursively and thoroughly scans corrupt, damaged or inaccessible MS Access database .MDB and .ACCDB files. The tool extracts the internal structure of the database files and table data from .MDB and .ACCDB files. Enriched with fast algorithms, the utility retrieves data from damaged MS Access database files and displays a preview of internal database structure and its content.
Embedded Live Preview technology lets users preview the retrieved data from damaged database files. The offered easy-to-use, self-descriptive, user-friendly GUI makes the entire MS Access database files repair process a much easier task even for novice users. The software fully supports repair of .MDB and .ACCDB files created with any of the available version of MS Access application. Even password-protected MS Access database files can be easily repaired using this utility.
Kernel for Access - Available for a FREE TRIAL
Available free evaluation version lets users analyze the capabilities of the software before making a decision to purchase the license key of full version of the product. The free demo version works exactly similar as that of the full version such that it displays all the tables retrieved from .MDB and .ACCDB database files of MS Access application, but has a limitation that it restricts users from saving them. In order to save the recovered data, user must purchase the full licensed version by making the online payment.
Kernel Recovery for Access Database Repair
MS Access: MS Access 95, 97, 2000, XP, 2003, 2007, and 2010
Windows OS: Windows 95, 98, NT, 2000, 2003, XP, Vista, 7, and 8.
NOTE: Software does not run on Windows 9X/ME.