How to fix the error from .mdb file?

I use MS Access 2003 with Windows 7. From last 3-4 days I have dealing with an error. Whenever I try to open my database file (.mdb) I stop myself with this "Microsoft Access has detected corruption in this file." How to fix this error? I'm in need.

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