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Old August 22nd, 2012, 01:42 AM
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"Microsoft Access has detected corruption in this file."

Hi to all.
I have Windows 7 in my laptop inside which I use MS Office 7. I have created some database files for my clients in MS Access. Now when they try to open those database files to modify the data something stops them to go further. And that is an error something like this: "Microsoft Access has detected corruption in this file."
They have send those database files back to me. Now I can't make them again. How shall I fix this error from those database files? Is there anyone who can take me out from this problem.
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If Compact & Repair does not resolve, might have unfixable corruption. Try creating a new db file and importing from the old.

Are these dbs split design?
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Have you tried to import the data inside a new database file? If not then try to do it. It could solve your problem.
Have you checked those database files in your MS Access program? May there is a problem with your clients' program. Try to open those database files in some other MS Access.
And let me know what happens?

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If Compact & Repair does not resolve, might have unfixable corruption. Try creating a new db file and importing from the old.

Are these dbs split design?

It is not working on my database files. While using this utility it stops process in the middle stage. And I have already tried to perform the importing process of database files but nothing happened. The new file looks like the old one with the same error. What shall I do ?
My condition is something like this

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Old August 28th, 2012, 02:28 AM
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Have you tried to import the data inside a new database file? If not then try to do it. It could solve your problem.
Have you checked those database files in your MS Access program? May be there is a problem with your clients' program. Try to open those database files in some other MS Access.
And let me know what happens?

The old database files on their computers are working nicely. That means their is nothing like wrong with their systems. And even I can't open those database files anymore on my system in fact I can open other database files easily. And I've already tried to import the data from corrupt databases to a new database file but nothing happened. I get the same error with this new database file.

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Are these dbs split design?

No. they are not in split design.

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Hi Glibby,

Have U tried any 3rd party MS Access repair application? There are so many Access repair tools available online that repair corrupt Ms Access database successfully in few seconds.

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The old database files on their computers are working nicely. That means their is nothing like wrong with their systems. And even I can't open those database files anymore on my system in fact I can open other database files easily. And I've already tried to import the data from corrupt databases to a new database file but nothing happened. I get the same error with this new database file.

Then it means those database files badly corrupted. Why don't you repair them by a third party software tool! There are so many vendors who offer software tools online. You need to search on Google and find a right one to fix your problem.
Wish you luck in your searching.
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Old August 28th, 2012, 08:03 AM
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Have you tried to import the data inside a new database file? If not then try to do it. It could solve your problem.

Are you blind or something? Haven't you noticed there that I and June7 suggested the same thing but that was already done by glibby. So, what's the need to send it again and again!

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Old August 28th, 2012, 08:06 AM
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Have you tried to import the data inside a new database file? If not then try to do it. It could solve your problem.

hey OMG! I just noticed there, you just copied my post and pasted the same thing. May I know why did you do that?

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Old August 28th, 2012, 08:57 AM
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Have you tried to import the data inside a new database file? If not then try to do it. It could solve your problem.

Hey, I have tried it but no luck there. Anything more you can say?

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Old August 28th, 2012, 09:01 AM
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"Microsoft Access has detected corruption in this file."

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Then it means those database files badly corrupted. Why don't you repair them by a third party software tool! There are so many vendors who offer software tools online. You need to search on Google and find a right one to fix your problem.
Wish you luck in your searching.

Is there any free one? I already searched on Google for some software applications but all are paid?

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Old August 28th, 2012, 11:28 PM
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Is there any free one? I already searched on Google for some software applications but all are paid?


Hey Glibby,

I have googled for you and find this link (s2servicesdotcom access tool) . It claims that there are 4 or 5 free access repair software available on it but the truth is different. Some of the software are retired or not working. Sorry to say that there are no any free software available online that can repair your corrupt Access file. If data is more valuable than money for you then I will recommend you go with Stellar Phoenix Access Repair.

Note: Before buy any software first check the demo version.
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Old August 29th, 2012, 02:39 AM
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Hey Glibby,
If data is more valuable than money for you then I will recommend you go with Stellar Phoenix Access Repair.

Hey, don't you think so $129 is more than enough. I used its demo, its good and assured me a lot. Do I have to spend hundred and 29 dollars on this? Is there something else?

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Old August 29th, 2012, 02:48 AM
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"Microsoft Access has detected corruption in this file."

Hey, I'm sorry to ask but do you work for Stellar Phoenix? I found a post in ASP forum by the same username "markwillium" in which this Software Co. has been mentioned.
But never mind. I used it and it's good but little expensive.
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Old August 29th, 2012, 03:31 AM
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Software to repair corrupt access database.

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Hey, don't you think so $129 is more than enough. I used its demo, its good and assured me a lot. Do I have to spend hundred and 29 dollars on this? Is there something else?

Hey, if you can't afford that worth $129 then you need to think about SysInfoTools MS Access Database repair. You can save $30. I came to know about this tool by an online article. You must read the article. The article is written on Idea marketers or you can get it on Google. Here is the title: How does a Database (.mdb/accdb) File get corrupted?
Hope this article will help you.
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Old August 29th, 2012, 04:21 AM
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Do I have to spend hundred and 29 dollars on this?


If you are satisfied with the demo version then Yes You can spend $129 on it.

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Hey, I'm sorry to ask but do you work for Stellar Phoenix? I found a post in ASP forum by the same username "markwillium" in which this Software Co. has been mentioned.
But never mind. I used it and it's good but little expensive.


Hi glibby,

Thanks for taking a good looks towards my profile and I am very happy to know that software worked for you.
I am a active member of other authority forums, you can see my profile on the following forum too: answer.microsoft, social.technet.

Reason to mention Stellar Phoenix because Itís a popular and used brand by many users like me, I have no association with the product company at all.

Thanks

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Old August 29th, 2012, 08:43 AM
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If you are satisfied with the demo version then Yes You can spend $129 on it.

Well yes, I'm satisfied with the demo version. But today I also used sysinfotools MS Access Database repair's demo version, it also worked well. And as I read about the features then it has more features than Stellar's. And yes, CM_M was right. I can save $30. So, I've decided to go with SysInfoTools.

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Old August 29th, 2012, 08:50 AM
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Hey, if you can't afford that worth $129 then you need to think about SysInfoTools MS Access Database repair. You can save $30. I came to know about this tool by an online article. You must read the article. The article is written on Idea marketers or you can get it on Google. Here is the title: How does a Database (.mdb/accdb) File get corrupted?
Hope this article will help you.

Hey CM_M, thanks for sharing this article with me. It was very informative and very helpful for me. I've checked the demo version of the tool mentioned there and decided to get its full version to get full access.
Thank you so much for this.

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Well yes, I'm satisfied with the demo version. But today I also used sysinfotools MS Access Database repair's demo version, it also worked well. And as I read about the features then it has more features than Stellar's. And yes, CM_M was right. I can save $30. So, I've decided to go with SysInfoTools.


As your wish, I am not here to sell any product but I suggest you never go with price tag because Quality always matters.

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Solved Microsoft Access Detected Corruption in this file

Hmm....
Microsoft Jet Engine database show the errors and corruption issues. Your problem is not that much tough as you are thinking to fix the issue you can get
Access File Recovery Tool to fix the corruption issues.

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Never know

Looks to me like we're kind of drifting away from the issue.

Sometimes the unexpected seems to fix a problem. And at times someone's given me an idea that looks ridiculous and guess what?!

if it were me I would try importing the data into something other than Access. I would try to take it into Excel, then exported out and then try to import it into access. Why should this work? Who knows. Better than worried about the cost of the of the program.

I fight the problem with 2013 bailing out on my files telling me that the memory or storage space is not enough. And there is absolutely no reason for this to happen. So I know what it's like when you trying to fight something that doesn't make sense.

Anyway, by now you probably have fixture problem. At least I hope so.

Bob

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Sharing a quick and easy solution to fix this access database error:accessdatabaserepairsoftware.blogspot.com/2014/12/access-data-recovery-software-to-repair.html

I successfully resolved above said problematic error with the help of this application.

Good Luck!

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