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Updated On - 20 Mar 2020

How to Repair Access Database from Command Line?

MS Access Database Repair

Database corruption is the most talked about issue among professionals. Corruption of database files restricts users from accessing and using the data. The purpose of writing this blog is to introduce a manual repair solution (via Command Line tool) for corrupt Microsoft Access database files. Microsoft Access is a relational database management system which stores…

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Updated On - 28 Nov 2019

How to Fix Access Database Error 3049?

MS Access Database Repair

MS Access is an efficient data management tool and can save macros, tables, forms, queries, and more. The database items are saved in MDB and ACCDB file extensions. The MDB and ACCDB files are highly susceptible to corruption due to common reasons such as power outage, unexpected termination of MS Access, malware attacks, a hardware…

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Updated On - 15 Jan 2020

Recover Deleted Records from Corrupt Microsoft Access Database

MS Access Database Repair

MS Access is a powerful tool for data management and is a part of the Microsoft Office suite. Additionally, a user can also create a database of any data like contacts, tasks, events, or projects. Despite all the advantages of MS Access, damage or loss of Access database can be disastrous. The MBD and ACCDB…

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Updated On - 27 Feb 2020

Solved – Microsoft Office Access Database: “Error in Loading DLL”

MS Access Database Repair

MS Access is considered the simplest application for database management and is a part of the MS Office suite. It integrates the relational Microsoft Jet Database Engine with friendly graphical user interface and software-development tools. Despite all its advantages, Access is prone to bugs and errors. One of the problems associated with Access databases is…

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Updated On - 09 Jan 2020

How to Fix Access Database Error 3151?

MS Access Database Repair

It’s been a while since a common issue raised by many users that they are facing error when they are opening Access Database. The error code is 3151 which is ultimately a result of ODBC connection failure in Access. According to a user’s query I was going through, he claimed that he recently changed SQL…

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