Jump to content
RESET Forums (homeservershow.com)

How to recover an Access database on Windows 8.1


Recommended Posts

Hello everyone, I have a corrupt access database in MS Office 2010 and I'm using Windows 8.1 at the moment. i was working in Access when suddenly the file was closed and I could not open again. The error message is as following: Microsoft Access can't run. But I try open another mdb. file and Access works with normality.

Is there a good access recovery tool to repair bad files in Access 2010?

I used the compact and repair function and it does not work.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

  • Similar Content

    • Perpetuum
      By Perpetuum
      Hello everyone,
      We've just published our professional database app previously available on Android on the Windows Store.
      MobiDB Database Designer is an Access-like app completely designed for touch interface (though mouse and keyboard are supported as well) that will help users create multi-table relational databases to store any type of information: from a home collection of DVD’s to professional business or industry specific data (project management and inventory).
      More information on product features can be found here:
      MobiDB has already proved itself on the Android market as a reliable and user-friendly app and we believe that Windows 8 and Windows 10 users would enjoy using this app to store and keep track of their data in a convenient manner.
      MobiDB Database Designer is available on the Windows Store:
      Hope you will find the app enough professional and interesting to discuss.
      Thank you for your time and have a nice day.
      Kind Regards,
      Ekaterina Nebogina.
    • Justdream
      By Justdream
      Dear All,
      Kindly I need your Sincere advice
      I've decided to buy Surface Pro 3 (Highest available Spec.)
      but Just I read few warning
      So to conclude,
      Could you advice me based on your (practical using of Surface Pro 3)..
      - Is it applicable to use it for Large Excel files (could reach 300 MB)?
      - Is it applicable to use it for several software applications that running based on SQL?
      - Do you feel comfortable to use Surface Pro 3 for more than 8 Hours Per day
      (Office, home, outside, etc)
      - Is Type Cover flexible for typing?
      - Is it enough to have only 1 USB?
      Looking your Sincere advice
    • ABM
      By ABM
      Hi Guys, need a little help here if possible.
      I had to reinstall my OS, whs2011 - bummer.  All server folders, including client back ups, are on separate drives.
      After reinstalling OS, I renamed client back up folder with ".old", moved share folder to appropriate drive using OS's wizard, then copy and pasted original data to new drive.  What I didn't do (and I hope this doesn't matter) was delete any files in the newly moved share folder before moving original data into it.
      Dashboard still only shows the clients as having no back ups - any idea why?
      How do I get OS to read existing, prior backups?
      Do I have to delete, rename/re-date, or otherwise alter any files/databases?
      Please help.
  • Create New...