Advanced Access Repair 2.1 Minimizes Data Loss

Works with corrupted MDB files, supports Access 2007

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DataNumen Inc. has released Advanced Access Repair 2.1, a repair engine that can fix corrupt or damaged MDB files. In the new version, the performance and compatibility of Advanced Access Repair has been improved.

When .MDB files are corrupt or damaged in some way, Access can neither open the files nor recognize any data in them. Advanced Access Repair uses advanced technologies to scan the corrupt or damaged Microsoft Access databases (.MDB files) and recover the data in them as much as possible. The software is based on comprehensive understanding of the Access MDB database format. The advanced algorithm recovera every possible item in the MDB database files; the recovery process does not rely on the structure of the original corrupt or damaged MDB database file.

Sometimes the structure is completely damaged and cannot be recognized, but Advanced Access Repair is still able to analyze the raw MDB database file byte by byte and recover most of the data. The program can repair Microsoft Access 95, 97, 2000, XP, 2003, and 2007 databases, recover the structure and records of the tables in Access databases, recover MEMO and OLE fields. It supports the new Access 2007 format, can recover files in batch mode, provides command line support, and includes shell integration.

Advanced Access Repair 2.1 can also recover indexes, auto-number fields, and relations. IT can create fixed MDB files in different formats and can search for MDB database files on the local computer according to special criteria. The program works with password-encrypted Access databases as well as deleted records and tables and can be integrated with Windows Explorer so .MDB files can be easily repaired through the context menu of Windows Explorer.

Advanced Access Repair 2.1 runs under all versions of Microsoft Windows, including Vista, and supports all versions of Microsoft Access including Microsoft Access 2007. A single-user license costs $299.95 (US); volume discounts are available. Further information and a free trial copy can be found at

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