How to repair an MDB file
Microsoft Access Repair tool for corrupted databases
Recovery Toolbox for Access
Recovery Toolbox for Access repair tool for damaged MDB and ACCDB files.
How to repair a corrupted MDB Microsoft Access file
The manual for repairing *.mdb and *.accdb files with a corrupted Access database:
- Download Recovery Toolbox for Access from here: https://recoverytoolbox.com/download/RecoveryToolboxForAccessInstall.exe
- Select a source file to repair
- Preview the structure of the data and the data extracted from the damaged database file
- Select a file for saving the previously extracted data
- Press the Recover button
Recovery Toolbox for Access is designed for repairing data from corrupted Microsoft Access database files with *.mdb, *.accdb extensions.
The Access Repair tool is capable of performing the following operations:
- Repair the original table structure
- Repair data from corrupted ACCDB and MDB files
- Repair Indexes
- Repair Primary keys
- Repair Foreign keys
- Repair Viewers (except for one time use Viewers from Forms and Reports)
- Recover deleted tables
- Recover deleted records
The MDB Repair tool supports:
- Preview of repaired data
- Preview of repaired scripts
- Preview of repaired structures
- Unicode repair in data and in structures
- Repairing different versions of Microsoft Access database – 2003 and higher
You can repair an Access database with Recovery Toolbox for Access in a few clicks. Just download and install our Access database repair utility and fix your damaged Microsoft Access databases.
Our MDB repair tool does not fix:
- password protected files.
- Windows 98/Me/2000/XP/Vista/7/8/10 or Windows Server 2003/2008/2012/2016 and above
- Microsoft Access 2003 or higher installed
Yes, Recovery Toolbox for Access allows you to recover deleted records and save them in separate tables.
Yes, Recovery Toolbox for Access allows you to recover deleted objects and data. You must select the appropriate option before saving the recovered data into a new database.
Please select a damaged Microsoft Access file on first page of repair wizard in Recovery Toolbox Access:
Program will read and analyze a damaged file a several minutes. Later you can see:
- Tables (structure (as SQL script), indexes (as SQL script) and records)
- Queries (as SQL script)
- Relations (as SQL script)