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Resolving MySQL Error Code 145

04th June 2010
Each MyISAM table is stored in three files, namely .frm for table format, .myd for data, and .myi for table indexes. Corruption in these files is usually the result of system failure. When a MyISAM table doesn't close properly, it sometimes creates unavoi... Read >
Author: Advika Singh

Rectifying Error 8921 in SQL Server 2000

03rd June 2010
MS SQL Server provides the DBCC statements that are used to check and fix the databases for physical and logical consistency. There are various types of DBCC statements that you can use for the any particular purpose. However, at times these commands are ... Read >
Author: Mark Willium

Recovery after Error “Couldn't Open System.mda” in MS Access

29th May 2010
MS Access and Its System.mda File: MS Access is a member of the Microsoft Office suite of applications that is a fusion of the relational Microsoft Jet Database Engine, a simple user interface and various software development tools. MS Access is widely us... Read >
Author: Sys Tools

CHKDSK Fails To Repair FAT32 File System

26th May 2010
FAT32, like any other file system can get corrupted due to various reasons, like improper system shutdown, virus infection, operating system malfunction, and many more similar reasons. In most situations of FAT32 file system damage, a Windows user encount... Read >
Author: k madhav

How to Recover Corrupt 'ibdata1' File of InnoDB Storage Engine

14th May 2010
MySQL is a popular and widely used Relational Database Management System, which uses different types of storage engines to store and manage data in the database. Among all other storage engines of MySQL application, InnoDB is the most powerful one. InnoDB... Read >
Author: Advika Singh

Resolve Slow Outlook issues caused due to large sized PST files

11th May 2010
Microsoft Outlook email client is one of the most extensively used email management application across the globe and used by millions of users across the continents. MS Outlook items including email messages, contacts, tasks, calendar items, notes, appoin... Read >
Author: mergetool

Resolving Incorrect key file for table - Error in MySQL

04th May 2010
In MySQL relational database management system, you can use different storage engines for effective storage and management of your data. MyISAM is a default storage engine in MySQL, which is based on older ISAM code. However, it has several useful extensi... Read >
Author: Naveen Kadian

Fixing InnoDB Database Page Corruption

29th April 2010
MySQLD (MySQL Sever) crash can occur when it accesses or encounters a corrupt InnoDB database page. In most cases of MySQLD crash, the database becomes unmountable, rendering to inaccessibility of all its saved records. In addition, the server exhibits an... Read >
Author: Naveen Kadian

Resolving Buffer Dependencies Error in Exchange Server

27th April 2010
Exchange Server buffer dependencies are structures that reduce the amount of data to be placed in log files during a B-tree merge or split. When ESE (Extensible Storage Engine) saves data on the Information Store database, recording the changes in the dat... Read >
Author: elfinruler

Outlook 2003: PST File Size Issues in IMAP Account

19th April 2010
Microsoft Outlook 2007 and Microsoft Outlook 2003 impose a larger file size limit and a different file format (Unicode) for its personal folders. Also termed as PSTs, these files can now store more messages as compared to earlier American National Standar... Read >
Author: Mohit Mathur

Resolve Microsoft Jet Database Engine Error - 3049

16th April 2010
Microsoft Access saves users database, tables, indexes, etc. in .mdb files for their easy and fast retrieval. If the .mdb file gets damaged / corrupt, the Jet Database engine of MS Access cannot establish connection with it, which means when a user tries ... Read >
Author: mergetool

Resolving “Incorrect information...” Error

13th April 2010
An error message while opening an InnoDB database table occurs when an InnoDB engine in unable to open the table. The two possible reasons for this could be corruption or missing of that particular database table. In situations where the table is missing,... Read >
Author: Naveen Kadian

Recovering Windows Partition After Using Ntfsresize

12th April 2010
Ntfsresize, a Unix utility, facilitates non-destructive resizing of NTFS file system that are used by Windows Vista, 2003, XP, 2000, and NT 4.0, on hard drive partition. This tool supports all NTFS versions used by 64-bit and 32-bit Windows. But some user... Read >
Author: k madhav

Tips to resolve “Page P_ID1 was not seen in the scan...” Error Message

09th April 2010
Tables in MS SQL Server contain thousand of records that are contained in more than one partitions. These partitions save data rows in either B-tree or heap structure. The table records saved in B-tree can be retrieved faster than in heap tree. The reason... Read >
Author: colindolly

Resolving Error 1146 Post InnoDB Table Corruption

08th April 2010
Corruption in InnoDB table results in an error message, which renders all stored records inaccessible. Few main causes for InnoDB table corruption are unexpected MySQL Server shutdown, virus infection, and MySQL bugs. To overcome this error message, a dat... Read >
Author: Naveen Kadian
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