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I am using my Access with utmost confidence after I learned about Kernel for Access and tried its trial version in my system. I am sure that I can get back my information even if it is lost in some way.
I do not find words to describe how I was feeling on seeing my lost data again on the screen! I was using the trial version initially. After the preview, I purchased the full version within an hour to save the data completely.
Repairing corrupt and damaged Access databases is so simple with this tool. It involves three steps only - select the corrupt MDB/ACCDB file for recovery, preview the recovered tables and database objects, and finally save in a safe location. Users can save the recovered data in the desired location.
The tool is empowered with two recovery modes – Standard and Template - that can be used according to the intensity of corruption. Standard Mode is used in normal file corruption situations. But when the corruption is a major one and you have a backup of the database, the Template Mode is used.
After restoring the internal database structure, Kernel for Access database repair tool displays it along with its content for user-preview. Users can go through every bit of data before saving it.
Kernel for Access repair supports MS Access versions 2016/2013/2010/2007/2003/XP/2000/97/95. Users can download it to systems with Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista/XP/2000/98/NT/95 after checking the hardware requirements.
Kernel for Access simplifies the process of Access database recovery. Even non-technical users can perform efficient recovery because of its user-friendly interface and descriptive screens. In every step, users find the necessary instructions on the screen itself.
The tool restores each and every database object with total data integrity – including original formatting, table relationships, and properties of the file. It also recovers password-protected Access files without altering its content. It also has the ability to convert MDE files to MDB file format.
Repairing the corrupt MS Access database to recover MDB/ACCDB files is very easy if you make the proper use of Kernel for Access database repair software. The steps that are generally involved in repairing, previewing and saving the required file are mentioned below: