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Virus invasion, media corruption, software crash, or sudden system shutdown are some of the reasons that are responsible for MDB corruption and compel you to perform Access file recovery.
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Description from the Publisher
A professional Access file recovery tool, Kernel for Access, is a simple yet powerful tool as it not only recovers table structure and data but also restores key data structures such as auto number, primary key, field size, and many more.
Also, Kernel for Access converts MDE database file to MDB database file. Moreover, this Access file recovery tool restores Memo data, OLE data, table relationships, and original date format. Moreover, this Access recovery tool uses Live Preview technology in order to retrieve database structure from the damaged and corrupt Access database and displays the Live database preview.
Moreover, this Access recovery tool recovers encrypted or password-protected Access databases even if the password is not known to the user.
One of the most beneficial features of Kernel for Access is that it comes with a free trial version that enables you to analyze the capabilities of the Access recovery tool while you repair your MDB files.
Also, the Access recovery tool comes with an easy-to-understand and absolutely self-descriptive graphical user interface that enables novice as well as professional users to easily work on it.
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