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Got bsod that damaged database


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yosefsanchez

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Hi all.

Due to my work I have to use MS access 2007. I had a hard time learning it. Yesterday I seen BSOD all of a sudden. I reboot my pc and everything is ok at first glance. But then I decided to open access on my desktop and encountered this error "You cannot carry out this action at the present time" How could this be? I was working with this database right before I got BSOD. It is damaged right? I can do something to get it back?


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tobyaustin

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Your BSOD may have corrupted your database. Do you get an error when you open MS Access or when you open your Database within MS Access? If it is the first you may try a repair install of MS Access. If it is the second try Compress and Repair. "Compress and Repair" is the "Did you reboot your PC" option of MS Access.

Most database engines do not like unexpected shutdowns.

Ms Access Compact and Repair

Also look at 3d party recovery tool. Look here a free demoversion should give you a proper answer.


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