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Spreadsheet Corruption When Excel Can’t Recognize its Format

16th April 2009
When you try to open an Excel spreadsheet, Microsoft Excel may not recognize the format of Excel file and the process may fail with an error message. It could be due to corruption to the spreadsheet that requires Excel Recovery to fix the problem. In th... Read >
Author: colindolly

Return without Gosub Error Message in MS Access 2007

15th April 2009
Microsoft Access forms enable the user to modify and insert records in the Access database. An Access form consists of one or more controls (text boxes, check boxes etc.) that displays or accepts the information, which the user needs to change or enter. C... Read >
Author: colindolly

BKF Restoration Fails on Windows Server 2003 as a Domain Controller

27th February 2009
When you try to restore backup from a BKF file using NTBackup utility on a server acting as a domain controller with Windows Server 2003 SP1 or SP2, the restoration process may fail. You can encounter certain error messages as: "Backup Status Operati... Read >
Author: Mahi Sony

Windows Partition Recovery: When CHKDSK Fails

30th January 2009
Over time, your Windows hard drive may develop some errors due to a number of reasons. The most frequent causes of hard drive problems are as follows: Improper system shutdown Hard drive fatigue Vir... Read >
Author: Tyler Jose

PST Repair When Scanpst.exe Fails To Do It

06th October 2008
Inbox Repair Tool or ScanPST.exe is a powerful and robust Microsoft Outlook PST repair tool for restoring the corrupted inbox emails, contacts and other objects. It is extremely easy to use application which can be used even by layman. Inbox Repair Tool e... Read >
Author: Andrew Watson

“The System Cannot Find the Path Specified” Error in Exchange Server

07th July 2008
When you use Disk part to expand a clustered volume on Microsoft Exchange Server that is running the cluster service and then move the expanded volume to another node in the group, you won't be able to access EDB file stored on it. When you try to access ... Read >
Author: Andrew Watson
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