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AccessFIX database repair

How to repair an Access database

28 Apr 2014

To ensure optimal performance, you should compact and repair your Microsoft Access files on a regular basis. Also, if a serious problem occurs while you are working in an Access file and Access attempts to recover it, you might receive a message that the repair operation was cancelled and that you should compact and repair the file.

However, in some cases is not possible recovery a database with MS Access support, so we should looking for another solution.

AccessFIX is a Microsoft Access database recovery software. It has been designed to restore a corrupt or damaged Access file back into a new trouble free file. It recovers mdb, mde, accdb or accde Access databases created in all versions of MS Access including 95, 97, 2000, 2002 (XP), 2003, 2007, 2010 and 2013. AccessFIX recovers all data even in the hardest cases. It recovers tables, macros, modules, forms, reports, queries, visual basic, relations, indexes and linked tables. AccessFIX is frequently updated with new features. Technical support and updates are free for 1 year. AccessFIX is available in a free downloadable demo that will allow the user to view the recovered file before purchasing the full edition of the program. The fast installation and recovery process make Access database repair a matter of minutes. The intuitive user interface was designed to make Access database recovery an easy task even for the novice user. It can also undelete tables and records and clear permissions from a protected file. AccessFIX can be purchased as a stand alone product or as part of OfficeFIX, which can include up to four recovery tools for Office (including Excel, Word and Outlook).

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