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Resolution Tips for MS Access Error 3011

18th July 2010
A Microsoft Access database comprises of various objects such as tables, queries, macros, modules, and more. When opening a Microsoft Access database, you may observe several errors indicating that one or more database objects have gone corrupted. Here we... Read >
Author: Manya757

Access Recovery to Fix MSysObjects Table Corruption

04th June 2010
Microsoft Access System Objects have a number of tables, which have useful and significant information about your Master Database (MDB) file. One such database table is 'MSysObjects'. This table contains comprehensive information about various objects, in... Read >
Author: elfinruler

Recovering database from corrupt filegroups in SQL Server – Error 2522

26th April 2010
If you are a database backend user in your organization, then you must be knowing how the size of the database increases immensely within a span of a few months. If yours is a growing organization, then the issue gets even more aggravated as you have to r... Read >
Author: colindolly

Tips to Solve MSysCompactError Table Error in MS Access

24th March 2010
For each MS Access database, opened for use in file sharing environment, MS Access creates .ldb file that stores names of security and computer using the file. As the last user of the shared database closes it, the .ldb file is automatically deleted. But ... Read >
Author: elfinruler

Corrupt Visual Basic for Applications Project Makes Access Database Inaccessible

22nd March 2010
Are you unable to open the VBE (Visual Basic Editor) in MS Access database? Is your Microsoft Access database, which has VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) code, inaccessible? This behavior may indicate corruption of Access database objects or entire dat... Read >
Author: colindolly

Resolving “ isn't an index in this table” Error in MS Access

18th March 2010
Are you unable to access the database due to missing or corrupt index entries? This behavior renders your valuable data inaccessible and you cannot use the data stored in the database and all of its objects or components become unusable. This behavior may... Read >
Author: colindolly

Access Recovery to Fix Jet Engine and Access Database Corruption

01st March 2010
Is your MS Access database (MDB or ACCDB) behaving strangely during start-up or while accessing? Are you unable to open Microsoft Access database? Are you experiencing Jet Engine 4.0 corruption errors in Microsoft Access 2000? All this may occur due to co... Read >
Author: colindolly

MySQL Recovery for InnoDB Storage Engine to Fix Tablespace Corruption

26th February 2010
Are you encountering assertion failure errors in MySQL database? Are you unable to access your MySQL database due to corrupt InnoDB Tablespace? Such situations occur due to MySQL database corruption. This behavior renders your MySQL database inaccessible.... Read >
Author: Naveen Kadian

Access database corruption after converting MDB file using DAO

11th February 2010
Microsoft Access Database is preferred and used in multi-user environment, serving various organizational/business operations with ease and flexibility. Probability of corruption in Access .MDB database multiplies with multiple users performing concurrent... Read >
Author: nucconverter

Tips to resolve “Invalid Database Object”

10th February 2010
An MS Access database object, such as, tables, views, forms, etc. can be corrupted due to various logical reasons, such as, simultaneous modification of same database object by more than two users, improper shutdown of the system when the database object ... Read >
Author: colindolly

MS Access Error “The Search Key was not found in Any Record”

26th January 2010
Are you facing problem while making design changes in MS Access database .MDB file? If yes, then this article would be helpful for you to deal with such problems and errors. Many of you must have noticed that sometimes when you try to store design changes... Read >
Author: nucconverter

Tips to Resolve “Database 'DBNAME' consistency errors...” Error Message

11th December 2009
DBCC CHECKDB command is used to check the physical and logical integrity of MS SQL database objects. It is a three-stage process that performs DBCC CHECKALLOC, DBCC CHECKTABLE and DBCC CHECKCATALOG operations on the specified database. The command also va... Read >
Author: Naveen Kadian

How to Resolve Error 2503 in SQL Server?

29th August 2009
In SQL Server storage space is divided into pages, numbered sequentially. Each database page has a type that defines the type of data that is contained in the page, for example an index page or a data page. If any of these pages gets corrupt, SQL Server r... Read >
Author: Naveen Kadian

Rectifying Could not find field Description Error Message

14th June 2009
A corrupted MS Access database primarily results into an error message. Few main causes for corruption of Access database can be MS office malfunctioning, operating system crash, multiple users accessing the database at one particular time and more. Once ... Read >
Author: Gram Smith

Resolving “Unexpected error 35012” Error Message in MS Access 2000

07th June 2009
An MS Access database is build up with various database components like tables, forms, views, reports and more. These components save the data in the user-specified format and have different functionalities. Corruption of these database components primari... Read >
Author: colindolly
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