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Updated On - 17 Apr 2020

How to Open MDB File Free?

MS Access Database Repair

Are you facing problems in opening and accessing data of MS Access Database MDB file? We have the best possible solutions that will fade away all your worries about losing MDB file data. Let’s know more about MDB files first before moving to the methods to open and access MDB file. All About MDB File:…

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Updated On - 27 Feb 2020

Recovering data from a damaged database table or a corrupted database table in Access 2000, 2002 or 2003

MS Access Database Repair

Sometimes when you try to run a query, a report, or a form, update records or scroll through data in a damaged Access database table, you receive following error messages: Jet has stopped the process because you and another user attempted to change the same data at the same time When you use Jetcomp.exe to…

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Updated On - 15 May 2020

How to convert data values of the Text data type to the proper case format in Microsoft Access?

MS Access Database Repair

In Microsoft Access, the default data type is TEXT data type. However, one can change the text data type to another desired data type. Choosing a specific data type is totally one’s own perception and his/her choice as doing so ensures that you will get the best results from your queries and searches. If you…

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Updated On - 13 Mar 2020

Analyzing causes and resolutions for Access Database Corruption

MS Access Database Repair

Microsoft Access database is a useful utility, with which user can maintain databases for continuous management of information. Access database corruption can land you up in trouble. Mostly, the fatal system errors like an invalid page fault, an application exception error or a STOP error force the Windows-based applications such as Microsoft Access to fail…

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Updated On - 31 Mar 2020

How to Prevent Access Database Corruptions?

MS Access Database Repair

The database you create in the MS Access application is stored in the MDB file and it is saved at your desired location. Because the MDF file is just like any other file, it is prone to the corruption. The database can get disconnected with the application unexpectedly either by any binary file format error…

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