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1. Do not Open Access database must closed
2. Sufficient storage space available - minimum double in size of your Access database on that Disk.
3. Close the .mdb file related to .ldb file before you delete the .ldb file.
4. Then Run the Compact and Repair tool

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On:- http://www.access.repairtoolbox.com/

I tried lots of the suggestions and eventually found that this page was the most helpful http://www.filerepairforum.com/forum/microsoft/microsoft-aa/access/1385-%E2%80%8Bhardly-corrupted-access-2007-database

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Hello I use verifone PCCharge, when I turn it on , an error message pops : "Password backup update failed.Shutting down PCCharge payment server"


PCCharge uses Access database, which is stored in .mdb file. Locate this file. Mine was in C:\Program Files\PCCW\PCCW.mdb.

- Back up this file.

- In the same folder where you found the database, there should be a program called VISDATA.exe. Double click on it to start it.

- Go to File > Repair Database, and point it to your database file (pccw.mdb).

- It will ask you if you want to open db, say no.

- Go to File > Compact Database, and point it to your database file.

- It will ask you if you want to compact to 2.0 or 7.0. I was told to use 2.0.

- It will ask you if you want to replace database, say yes.

- For encrypt, choose No.

- For open, say No.

- Close VISDATA.exe

- Try running PC Charge now.

- If it still gives you trouble, and if you don't mind losing all your history, move the pccw.mdb file out of PC Charge folder (C:\Program Files\PCCW\). Keep it somewhere else for backup, just get it out of PC Charge folder. Now, start PC Charge again. A new database will be created.

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There are some reasons which may damage your MS access database such as virus infection, software crash, accidental shutdown of system, unrecognized format of database, corruption of storage media etc. These issues are easy to overcome by using third party software of access database repair.you can try Kernel Access Database Recovery Software one of the best software in Data Recovery

For information you can visit here ...http://www.accessrecoverytool.net


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error 3343 is a database error. Unfortunately, PCCharge is still in the stone-ages of computer technology and they think VB6.0 and MS Access 2.0 are stable and secure ... At any rate. 3343 is simply an unrecognizable database, in this case due to corruption. There is a program in the PCCharge directory called VisData. This will allow you to run a repair and compact the database. To use:
First make a backup of your PCCW.MDB database in your PCCharge directory (C:\Program Files\Active-Charge (PaymentServer); C:\Program
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Execute VISDATA.exe.
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Select the PCCW.MDB database from your PCCharge directory.
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Select 'NO' to encrypt database.
Select 'NO' to Open Compacted database
Exit Visdata and start PCCharge.

It would also be a good idea to go ahead and update to the latest available Scripting Runtime library. This can be found by going to microsoft.com and searching for the phrase 'windows script'. (To my knowledge, 5.7 is the latest version).

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