Access Fix Toolbox

Fix tool for damaged .mdb and .accdb files for Microsoft Access databases

Fix damaged Microsoft Access databases

How to fix a faulty MDB file

The Access Fix Toolbox utility is designed to recover damaged Microsoft Access databases. The Microsoft Office Access Fix Tool reads and analyzes damaged files (.mdb, .accdb) and saves recovered data directly into a new database.

Access Fix Toolbox features and advantages include:

  • Simple step-by-step procedure to recover damaged Access databases.
  • Automatically determine database structure.
  • Recover databases of unlimited size.
  • Recover tables along with data.
  • Recover queries.
  • Recover links between tables.
  • Recover deleted information.
  • View recovered data.
  • View the structure of recovered data.
  • Save recovered data selectively.
  • Fix Access databases created with different versions of Microsoft Access.
  • Fix MDB files different versions
  • Fix ACCDB files different versions

The Access database fix software has a clear and intuitive interface and requires only minimal intervention by the user.

MDB Fix Tool

The whole recovery process is automated in the MDB Fix Tool, and consists of four easy steps:

  1. Select a *.mdb or *.accdb database source file
  2. Preliminary review of the structure of the information extracted
  3. Select a file to save the data to
  4. Review a report on the program's operation
Note: The program is not licensed under GNU General Public License (GPL) or GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL). Access Fix Toolbox is not open source software or a freeware tool. Access Fix Toolbox is distributed on the try-before-you-buy basis with a free DEMO version.
Requirements: Microsoft Access must be installed on your computer to use the Access database error fix tool.
Note: The Access file fixing program does not recover encrypted data, or reports, pages, modules, macros, links, and fields linking to other databases.

System requirements for the Access fix data recovery software: Windows 98 or higher

Screenshots

Step I

Selecting a source file for further processing.

Step II

Preview of the structure of the data extracted from the damaged database file.

Step III

Selecting a file for saving the previously extracted data.

Step IV

Viewing the final recovery report.