Microsoft Access uses Microsoft Jet, a database engine, for sharing the database system. In multi-user environment, multiple client processes are using file read, file write and locking operations on shared databases simultaneously. In absence of transaction logs in Jet, there are more chances of database corruption as all the operations may be performed on a same database.
Access Database .MDB and .ACCDB database files are prone to corruption making the entire data stored within totally inaccessible. Few symptoms of corrupted Access database include:
Few reasons responsible for MDB and ACCDB files corruption may include interrupted write operation, faulty networking hardware, opening and saving the .DB file in another program, virus attacks, improper termination of Access application, abrupt system shutdown, system crash, hard disk failure, improper data synchronization, etc.
Few Error Messages on corruption of Access Database files:
Microsoft Access has an inbuilt Compact and Repair utility that helps optimizing and repairing damaged MS Access database files. But this inbuilt utility repairs only tables, queries and indexes and fails to repair the forms, reports, macros or modules. To repair all the MDB and ACCDB files, user must use a third-party tool like Recoveryfix for Access.
When to use Template Mode of Access File Recovery Software
Template Mode is suitable when your data and table structure are corrupt and you have backup of the corrupt file but the backup file is not updated or does not contain complete data. Using Template Mode, Recoveryfix for Access software repairs data and table structure more efficiently. This mode is recommended only when the backup copy of the MDB or ACCDB file is available.
Give Recoveryfix for Access software a try and understand how the software performs accurate recovery of damaged MDB and ACCDB database files. The fully-functional free demo version exactly repairs damaged MDB and ACCDB files like a full version but restricts from saving the repaired access database files. To save the recovered Access database files, purchase the full version of the software.
Supported Versions:: MS Access: MS Access 2013, MS Access 2010, MS Access 2007, MS Access 2003, MS Access XP, MS Access 2000, MS Access 97, and MS Access 95 .
Windows OS:: Windows 2000, Windows 2002, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1, 10