A corrupted database can cost more time and money to repair than you might expect. Fortunately, you don't need to call in a professional to restore lost data. If you are in the market for WDB file repair, try SecureRecovery for Works Database first.
To restore your data, SecureRecovery for Works Database completes the following actions:
- Restores text
- Recovers text properties
- Restores formulas
- Recovers reports and forms
Integrity checks for OLE storage and column descriptors are also included. Versions of Microsoft Works from 9.0 through 5.0 are supported.
Our software can repair extensive damage, but it does have limits. In cases of severe corruption, not all elements of your database may be recoverable. The best way to find out what SecureRecovery for Works Database can or cannot do is to run the free demo version first.
To ensure that SecureRecovery for Works Database will run properly on your computer, check for the following system requirements:
- Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000, or 2008 Server operating system
- At least 256-1024 MB of RAM (the exact amount needed depends on the size and damage to your database)
- At least 10 MB of free hard drive space
- 256-color display with 640 x 480 resolution or greater
Corrupted WDB file repair can be achieved with SecureRecovery for Works Database – software designed by experts for average users. All you need to restore your damaged Works Database is a computer that meets the requirements above and a license for the full version of our software.