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With an MDB reader tool users can open their corrupt Access database files and restore back all inaccessible data.
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Description from the Publisher
Access database corruption leads to loss of important file elements and table structure including primary and unique keys as well as other OLE data. Since Access database files are stored as MDB and ACCDB, it is important to open the damaged files to restore back the data. Kernel for Access Repair is a tool designed for this purpose. This software works as an MDB reader and repairs the corrupt MDB and ACCDB files with precision. This MDB reader tool comes integrated with two sophisticated data recovery modes, viz., Standard Mode and Template Mode. The Standard mode is used is suitable for repairing the Access database in case of normal corruption. For major corruption cases, where the internal structure is also lost, the Template Mode is more apt. This MDB reader tool can recover the lost table structures; key data structure like autonumber, primary key, field size; OLE objects, memo data, table relationships as well as original date format. The MDB reader software completely analyzes the corrupt Access database, recovers the lost or corrupt data and generates a preview of all the recovered items. This MDB reader tool supports all versions of MS Access including MS Access 2010, 2007, 2003, XP, 2000 and 97. For more information visit www.mdbfile.com
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