File corruption is one of the most common computer errors and it strikes without notice. When Access is affected, you could be left dealing with the headache of lost data, and you'll want a quick, reliable tool to recover what you've lost. SecureRecovery for Access database repair restores these damaged Access files, getting your work back on track.
SecureRecovery effectively recovers all types of corrupted data and corrupted MDB files, taking away the stress many users endure from losing valuable computer files. This innovative Access repair software walks you through the process from start to finish, providing a convenient recovery solution for all computer users, regardless of skill level.
SecureRecovery for Access 3.2 includes support, not only for Access 2010, but for all versions of Access (2010, 2007, 2003, 2002, 2000, 97, 95, and 2.0). This powerful software offers several innovative features, including a simple, user-friendly interface and full support during installation and removal. Once used, restored files appear in a new, ready-to-use Access file.
SecureRecovery can recover any element of a corrupted Access database, including:
- Relationships Between Tables
- Links to External Tables
- Counter-type Fields
SecureRecovery for Access comes with a Data Browser utility that can pinpoint specific items within a corrupted database. This allows the software to hand-pick items for extraction and repair, making it more effective. The Data Browser utility is a great tool to use when:
- Dealing with a Large Source File
- Recovering a Small Number of Files
- The Standard Recovery Mode Returns Insufficient Results
Although SecureRecovery for Access is designed to serve as a recovery solution for all types of damaged Access files, there are limits to the software's capabilities. SecureRecovery for Access cannot prevent data loss by restoring referential integrity properties, and when the user selects the ""multiple values allowed"" option, the software cannot restore list type fields. To combat these limitations, a printer driver should be installed to recover corrupted files.
In addition, SecureRecovery for Access is not designed to recover the following:
- Calculated Fields Formulas (It Only Recovers Values)
- Embedded Macros
- Attachment Field Type
This software was developed to work with a recent Window operating system, including Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 2003 Server, or 2008 Server. Windows 95, 98, and ME are not supported.
Other system requirements include:
- RAM: 256-1024 MB (Exact Requirement Depends on Corruption Ranges and File Size)
- Hard Disk: Minimum of 10 MB Free Space for Installation
- Display: 640 x 480 or Higher Resolution, 256 Colors
SecureRecovery for Access also requires a compatible version of Data Access Objects, or DAO. The version of Access should be equal to or more recent than the installed version of DAO.
Effective Repair for Access Databases
Loss of connectivity, excessive use of memo fields, and harmful server configurations are just a few circumstances that could result in corrupted Access files. Fortunately, SecureRecovery for Access can quickly limit data loss from these damaged files and restore the software. When you have a corrupted Access file and need MDB file recovery as soon as possible, count on SecureRecovery for Access.