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What to do when Outlook Express 6.0 crashes repeatedly in Windows XP Home Edition

17th September 2010
Outlook Express is a smart email client application from Microsoft that is embedded with Internet Explorer from 4.0 to 6.0 versions. It enables in emailing, creating calendar entries, fixing appointments, etc. All the Outlook Express information is stored... Read >
Author: Mohit Mathur

How to Repair inconsistent EDB database in MS Exchange Server 2000

22nd June 2010
Are you facing problems in mounting the Exchange Server? Or are you unable to access the Exchange Server? If yes, then there are chances that the Exchange Server database has gone corrupt thereby leading to such an inconsistent state. Such abnormal behavi... Read >
Author: Axel Culver

How to Perform Exchange Recovery Post E00.log Corruption?

24th March 2010
The transaction log of first storage group in Exchange Server is E00.log, which is renamed and then closed with a consecutive number once it gets full. Since this is the only file that is active and being written to, it can easily get 'torn writes'. A 'to... 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

How To Recover Corrupted/Crashed InnoDB Database?

23rd February 2010
Are you a frequent user of the transaction database characteristic in MySQL? If 'Yes', then you must be quite familiar with the InnoDB storage engine of MySQL. InnoDB offers transaction safe database, along with the BDB, within MySQL environment. However,... Read >
Author: Naveen Kadian

Event 217 and 478 while Backing up Exchange Database

18th November 2009
Exchange Server storage groups and databases are the most vital component of recovery when the server crashes. You might observe typical symptoms with a corrupted Exchange database. For instance, you may fail to backup it. When it occurs, the correspondin... Read >
Author: Axel Culver

Exchange Database Corruption and Torn Writes

21st April 2009
Exchange Server maintains databases for data and log files for holding transactions. Each database contains .edb and .stm as two of its files, while the most important is .edb that contains mailboxes. If Exchange Server database gets corrupted, EDB Repa... Read >
Author: Esher
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