Doall;an American company experienced a trouble in accessing the 23 MB MS Excel file that containedcrucial accounting records of the company.
Kernel Data Recovery has inspected the issue of MS Excel file inaccessibility and found out that thesubstantial increase in file size of Excel database has demanded the crucial part of RAM space of the computer, which leads to slower processor response. The Excel filebecame unresponsive because of he overload on the computer’s memory. To avoid any mishap, It administration of the Doall company closed all the applications using End Task process and restarted the MS Excel application. After restarting the computer, the client again accessed the Excel file, but received the message “Unable to read the file”. Due to this error, all the Excel database, macrocodes, and formatting were corrupted, which resulted in the failure to read the Excel file.
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But, after running manual scanprocess and repair process, it was getting difficult to revive and migrate the completeEDB data files. At this time, the team suggested to employ result-oriented Kernel for Exchange Recovery software. The software has smoothly recovered EDB files with the processing power of its Standard and Advanced scan mode. Furthermore, with the facility to migrate the restore items to live exchange server the client was very much satisfied as the tool helped to migrate Exchange Server 2010 mailboxes to Exchange Server 2013.Download NowKernel for Excel Repair