Wednesday, April 13, 2011

MS Access Database Behaving Abruptly

There are many situations where you might see your MS Access database behaving in an abnormal manner. Few of the unexpected behaviour situations could be missing of database table records, strange and repetitive error messages, inaccessible database components (forms, reports, etc), or slow execution of commands. Some common reasons behind abrupt behaviour of MS Access database could be application related issues, system problems, database corruption, and virus infection.

To bring the database back into normal state and access all the records, an easy way is to restore the database from an updated backup. But, if in case restoration of database fails and the database file remains in corrupted state, then the user needs to opt for a third-party Access database recovery application.

For detailed illustration of the above scenario, below are some database corruption error messages after which the database either stops working completely or behaves abruptly:

“Unexpected Error 35012”
“Visual Basic for Applications Project in This Database Is Corrupt”
“Unexpected data corruption failure”
Access database file damage.

Access Repair Techniques:

To repair any logically damaged Access database file, there is an inbuilt utility named “Compact and Repair”. Using this utility does not any technical expertise, but the user needs to follow the underneath steps:
  1. Click on 'Tools' button and opt for 'Compact and Repair Database'.
  2. Choose 'Database to Compact From' option and select 'Compact'.
  3. Once you select Compact, repair process starts.
  4. When the repair process gets finished, you will need to click on 'Save'.
While the inbuilt repair utility provides desired results in most cases, it fails in many scenarios. For such situations, you will need to search for effective Access Repair tool.

Access Repair Tool Information:

An Access repair application is a reliable source of repairing any logically damaged ACCDB or MDB file. Such Access database repair tools are totally non-destructive and do not provide any harm to original database file. Compatible with almost all latest versions of Windows operating systems, these tools are competent enough to recover almost all database objects like, tables, forms, reports, and more.

Applied For:

Access 2002, 2003, 2007, and 2010

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