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    Open MDB Files 3.1 - Open Corrupt Access Database using the advance utility of Open MDB Files tool


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Size: 2.89 MB
License: Shareware
OS: Windows2000,WinXP,Windows2003 & Windows 7
Developer:Open MDB Files ( more programs)
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Program system requirements: Pentium II 400 MHz, 64 MB RAM, Minimum 10 MB Space


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Publisher's Description:

     Spybot Search & Destroy (S&D) is a popular proprietary spyware & adware removal program. It scans the computer hard disk & RAM for harmful software. Albeit Spybot is a very useful program but it can also cause Microsoft Access corruption. Imagine you have created databases in MS Access & when you run Spybot on your PC all your Access database get corrupt & you lose access to all your MDB files. If you have saved a backup of your MDB files then you can restore your Access database from there, but in case you do not have backup or your backup fails to restore all your data, then the ideal way to get all your data back is to use an Access File Recovery tool. Open MDB Files with SysTools Access Recovery Tool. Restore Access files tables & its records, queries, forms, reports, macros & modules though Open Access Database software. Open MDB Files recovers corrupt & damaged MS Access files regardless of the cause of the corruption. SysTools Access Recovery Tool is available at a very affordable price of $99. Full version of Open Access Files lets you to recover MS Access files created in 97, 2000, XP, 2003. If still have qualms about the Open MDB Files then checkout the demo version of Access File Recovery program for free.
 

 
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Job on October 31 2012 02:32:35
well sometimes your HD can fail and you cant boot wdownis but if you put the failed HD in an enclosure and hook it up to a working machine you can retrieve your files, documents from the hard drive. If for instance your hard drive isnt spinning or the records are damaged you might be out of luck safe from having some forensic data recovery done which can be very costly good luck
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