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virat8586
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02/24/17 11:19 PM
Re: Access Database Recovery [re: delbertluna]Report this article as Inappropriate to us !!!Login to Reply

I would suggest you guys to go for manual methods to recover your MS Access files:


As these are free and effective too...


Let me share you some of the manual procedures to repair MS Access database.


1. Backup your data and then restore from it.


2. By using compact and repair utility


3. Export your Access Database to a new MS Access Database


4. By turning off auto-correct feature


5. By deleting LDB Files.


Hope this steps help and if you need more help regarding these steps..you may checkout the above EasyTechTools Blog.


 


Hope my answer helps






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*Access Database Recovery delbertluna   08/10/16 11:53 PM
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.*Re: Access Database Recovery virat8586   02/24/17 11:19 PM
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