MS Office has various tools like Word, Excel, PowerPoint and many more. Among them MS Access is one extremely reliable database management that allow to create data using several components like reports, queries, forms, tables, etc. This database management allows to share or import and export data into varying formats which can be later linked to data to run queries and create reports. Certainly, it is absolutely efficient but it may fail at times, causing operating system or even application to stop responding. These problematic issues damage data stored in .mdb files. To recover from such situations, Access File Data Recovery is absolutely a solution for Access users.
Consider a state, when you are working in Access comfortably and suddenly find a fatal error in MS Access. In this situation, Access unable to respond properly and you want tool to recover data from Access file:
• Try Inbuilt Utility
Microsoft provides a tool called inbuilt utility which is a ‘Compact and Repair' utility and open .mdb file. There is no guarantee to restore .mdb files with this utility. Besides, this utility takes long time in fixing .mdb files and does not provide complete solution
• Import old Database to New Database
Give a try by importing .mdb file to a new database file, take safety measures while using this utility, you should never ever try to import whole matter in a single go, as you won't to be able to identify the problematic objects and unable to repair them as well
• Check whether there is Problem in Application
It is vital to check that whether the problem is within application or database, for this if you open database on some other system, then you will be able to verify that if another database is opening on system or not.
• Run System on Safe Mode
Memory often cause problems to open database, to check this open the file by running system in Safe Mode
• Remove Temporary Files
Temporary files need to be removed on the regular basis. With some Cleaner utility, you can easily remove temporary files, unnecessary files and cache files
• Check in Virtual Memory Settings
By checking virtual memory settings of hard drive, you can easily resolve the issue, so just change the virtual settings for hard drive
• Backup Data
Try to use latest backup data and go for Access file data recovery. Majority of the users create backup data on the regular basis, to aid them in crisis.
Use 3rd Party Tool: In any case, the above mentioned fails, do not dismay because outside solutions like using professional data recovery services are still left to be used by you.