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    How to repair an Access database

    Hey guys, I'm a new user here. I registered because I have a corrupt database and want to repair it. I try reading the microsoft support page https://support.office.com/en-us/art...2-85fa9f4005b2 and using the compact and repair function, but I'm not lucky. I have seen many access database recovery tools on the Internet. I was wondering, what do you recommend me?
    I'm using Access 2010. It is not urgent, but I need a solution.
    Thanks!

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    Without knowing as to the nature of the corruption, I have included a link HERE that might help. Hopefully you have diligently kept backups so as not to have to re-input too much data.
    It's not the computers that keep having problems, it's the users!!

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    Hi Zonie, and thank you for your help. I'll try with your link and I'll come back here to comment if it works.

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    You are welcome. Wait to hear the outcome.
    It's not the computers that keep having problems, it's the users!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zonie View Post

    It's not the computers that keep having problems, it's the users!!
    That's called a PICNIC ... Problem In Chair, Not In Computer
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    True, but, it could also be called a PEBKAC : Problem Exists Between Keyboard And Chair
    It's not the computers that keep having problems, it's the users!!

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    Yep. I've heard that one too.
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    Hello again, i used this tool http://www.cimaware.com that i saw in the site http://allenbrowne.com and this tool works excellent. I have my database back with all data.

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    Terrific. Like to hear when things work out. Have a great weekend.
    It's not the computers that keep having problems, it's the users!!

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