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How to fix corrupted Microsoft Access databases

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How to fix corrupted Microsoft Access databases - 7.Aug.2019 6:12:00 AM   
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If you have a corrupt Access database and you want to repair it, you can use the Compact and Repair utility. It's a built-in repair tool in MS Access program that can repair Access database. There's one feature in MS Access program which you can use here, Import. By using this feature, you can import corrupt Access database into a new database file. Access file recovery software scan the corrupt or inaccessible access database file and create the new files so that the user can working with this new file (.MDB).Our tool also supports Windows OS versions (98, ME, NT, 2000, XP, 2003, Windows 7 and Windows 8. So check out the free trail version demo in which user can recover its data in free.

Download link:- http://www.recoverfilesdownload.com/access-file-recovery.html
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