Access Recovery: Flawlessly Extract & Convert Data From Corrupted Access File
If you are looking forward to a solution that proves to be a perfect platform for recovery of MS Access database, then you have come to the right place. This time we have brought forth the review of Access Recovery software. We believe that once you go through the complete review, you will be in a much better position to decide whether you should invest in the product or not.
MS Access being a database management system is used widely and stores a large amount of user data. The data of MS Access is basically stored in MDB or ACCDB files. There are many scenarios in which a user can end up with corrupted or deleted MDB/ACCDB file. The reason can be any, but at the end the result is the inaccessibility of MS Access data. In such scenarios the software Access Recovery can prove to be quiet helpful for you.
Software At A Glance
|Functions||Recovers MDB/ACCDB files|
|Interface||Graphical User Interface|
|MS Access installation required||Yes|
|Windows version supported||8.1 and below versions|
|Trial version||Available for free|
A Quick Glance At The Features
- Recovers and restores MDB and ACCDB file data.
- Supports recovery of permanently deleted data.
- Restores tables, forms, reports, macros, etc.
- Exports recovered data in Access database or CSV file.
- Export MS Access data with or without schema.
Working Steps Of Access Recovery
- Adding Corrupt MDB/ACCDB File
The corrupt MDB or ACCDB file from which the data needs to be recovered can be added by clicking on the Browse option and then searching the file.
- Recovery Of File Data
Once the MDB/ACCDB file is added, click on Recover option to recover the data from it.
- Table & Column Preview
The software enables the user to preview the data items residing in the MDB/ACCDB file once it has been recovered. User can click and view the tables, columns, etc.
- Output File Format
Once the Export option is clicked, the user prompts to select the output format to save the recovered data. The software gives two options to save the data-MS Access Database and CSV File. MS Access Database option is chosen when the user want to save the data in MDB or ACCDB file and CSV is chosen when user wants to access data in spreadsheets.
- Selective Exporting
The users can select and export only a selective amount of recovered data. Check and uncheck the folders that you want to export from the file.
- Export Options
The software gives two options to users in order to save the recovered data. The user can either export Only Schema or can convert Schema With Data.
Different Versions Of Access Recovery
- Trial Version
In order to get a demo or trial of Access Recovery, a demo version is being made available on the main website of the organization. The demo version is completely free of cost. The only limitation of the demo version is that it only recovers the Access database but does not export or save it.
- License Version
The license version like the demo version is available on the main website of the organization. The license version needs to be purchased by the user and it has no limitation of recovery or export.
- Recovers data from both MDB and ACCDB files.
- Permanently deleted data can also be recovered.
- The schema can be exported with and without data.
- Data can be saved in CSV or MS Access database format.
- The demo version does not export recovered data.
- Does not support recovery and export of multiple databases.
The software Access Recovery provides a qualitative platform to the users encountering MS Access database corruption issues. Based on its overall working and features exhibited, I would like to rate it as 9.8/10. Although the demo version does not save the recovered data, the License version offers two distinct formats for exporting. All in all, it is an advanced technology and comes from trusted sources. The users can invest in it, without any doubts.
Hi my name is John Walker and I am database analyst and passionate to explore latest technologies. Through this article I want to help other users to which get stuck in such situation.
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