How to fix the error from .mdb file?
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In the past I have been able to use the "/decompile" switch, followed by a repair and compact in order to get into the file. Indeed, even when I couldn't fix the corruption, I found that I was able to copy the components out of the file into an empty mdb.
But this time none of that seems to work and I keep getting messages like "The database 'c:\xxx.mdb' can't be repaired or isn't a Microsoft Access database file". A message which also appears when I try to import into an new, empty MS-Access mdb.
I really hope that someone out there has a suggestion for me (or a helpful link
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The Microsoft jet database engines stopped the process because you and the other user are attempting to change the same data at the same time.
I was not able to go into the database. Is there any way to fix this corrupted database? I had tried the compact and repair, but it didn't
The issue is: how can I protect a mdb database from password recovery devices ?
In shorts: I have to send this mdb file to somebody, but I don't want him to open this mdb but only to send it some queries.
At the moment, he can open this mdb file with a password recovery device
Could some one help me on this one how to make necessary changes to the existing .mdb file with out creating the "Back up" one
A Excel file( .xls ) is created by another program and that file's absolute location is embedded in an .mdb file. The data from the Excel file is used to generate attendance sheets using the .mdb file and a "trial" version of Access.
The software that creates the Excel file was upgraded and the new software is in a different location that previously. The reportthat creates the Excel file works in the new location, but the location where the file is saved is under the new software's directory.
I would like to modify the location of the Excel file that is in the .mdb file to point to the new location.
How do I do this?
It appears that the computer this .mdb file is on only has a "trial" version of Access. However, I can use Access on another machine to modify the file location in the .mdb file if necessary.
Between this is running on Windows XP. Other machine with Access is running Windows 7.