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How to repair accdb file

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I work with Access 2010. I work from flashdisk and then the power was blackout. When i returned to open the file from flashdisk, my file (accdb) is not recognized and i think it was corrupt. So i try find software to fix this problem i find "stellar". Unfortunately the file is not good anymore. How to fix it?

Oct 11 '12 #1
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very unfourtunate
my best wishes
Try the following:

if the file structure itself is gone... on a usb drive there's very little that can be done. There are some freeware type programs.. Google search "file recovery usb drive freeware" which should turn up a couple of these programs.

Oct 11 '12 #2

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Access databases can get infected due to virus corruption, media corruption, abrupt system shutdowns, software malfunction or Jet Database Engine corruption. These factors hinder proper functioning of the database and restrict you from opening the MDB files which stores all the data. Open MDB files with a good repair software and access your MS Access databases.
[EDIT:ZMBD: Information regarding the pay for solution removed as possible spam]
Oct 11 '12 #3

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Yosiro: be aware - NehwalSaina's post offers a PAY for solution. Once again, follow the link I gave and do the Google search.
Oct 11 '12 #4

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The problem is solved right now. I have delete my old corrupt database then i create a new one. Lol, thanks zmbd
Oct 12 '12 #5

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