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Corruption in file

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Playa, Nov 8, 2005.

  1. Playa

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    I am getting an error when I try to open one of my databases the error is....

    "Microsoft Office Access has detected corruption in this file. To try and
    repair the corruption, first make a backup copy of the file. Then, on the
    Tools menu, point to Database Utilities and click Compact and Repair
    Database. If you are currently trying to repair this corruption then you
    will need to recreate this file or restore it from a previous backup."

    I have tried running the compact and repair option but keep getting the same
    message. Does anyone know of anyway to fix this problem? Thanks in advance.
     
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  3. Ofer

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    I would try and create a new MDB, and import all the objects from the
    original MDB, if you'll get an error, you can try and import few objects at a
    time, untill you find which object cause the problem

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    "Playa" wrote:

    > I am getting an error when I try to open one of my databases the error is....
    >
    > "Microsoft Office Access has detected corruption in this file. To try and
    > repair the corruption, first make a backup copy of the file. Then, on the
    > Tools menu, point to Database Utilities and click Compact and Repair
    > Database. If you are currently trying to repair this corruption then you
    > will need to recreate this file or restore it from a previous backup."
    >
    > I have tried running the compact and repair option but keep getting the same
    > message. Does anyone know of anyway to fix this problem? Thanks in advance.
     
  4. John Vinson

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    On Mon, 7 Nov 2005 09:06:08 -0800, "Playa"
    <Playa@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:

    >I am getting an error when I try to open one of my databases the error is....
    >
    >"Microsoft Office Access has detected corruption in this file. To try and
    >repair the corruption, first make a backup copy of the file. Then, on the
    >Tools menu, point to Database Utilities and click Compact and Repair
    >Database. If you are currently trying to repair this corruption then you
    >will need to recreate this file or restore it from a previous backup."
    >
    >I have tried running the compact and repair option but keep getting the same
    >message. Does anyone know of anyway to fix this problem? Thanks in advance.


    The database may be salvagable... and it may be toast.

    MAKE A BACKUP, now. If you already have a backup breathe a deep sigh
    of relief, you may need it; *don't* overwrite it.

    And check the suggestions at
    http://www.granite.ab.ca/access/corruptmdbs.htm for possible causes
    and (hopefully) cures.

    John W. Vinson[MVP]
     
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