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Access problem have an Access 2003 database that appears to be very corrupt. I was having a problem and did a compact and repair on it, and I lost my network connection during the process. Now when I try to open it (or access it via DTS, VB, anything I can think of), I get "The Microsoft Jet database engine stopped the process because you and another user are attempting to change the same data at the same time". I have rebooted the machine that was accessing it, and no help. I can't reboot the server now because it's a 24/7 file server. Is there any way to get this database open? I have searched and found a bunch of demo programs that will "uncorrupt" it and show some data (but not save it), so I know it's possible, but is it possible without buying one of those programs? thanks

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Access Database Repair is an efficient utility to bring all the corrupt or inaccessible ACCDB and MDB files back to life and fix all the minor and major database bugs and errors.It flawlessly repairs corrupt ACCDB and MDB database that is damaged. It addresses several issues in all scenarios like software conflicts, hardware failures and inconsistent database design.

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See if the LDB file still exist and delete it...

Whenever you open an Access database, a file with the same name as the database and an extension of LDB will be opened automatically. For example if you open Northwind.mdb in the samples directory of your Access/Office installation, a file called Northwind.ldb will be generated. This new file keeps track of users and the objects that require some form of locking in the database. When all users have exited gracefully from the database, the LDB file is closed down and deleted.

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have an Access 2003 database that appears to be very corrupt.
I was having a problem and did a compact and repair on it, and I
lost my network connection during the process. Now when I try
to open it (or access it via DTS, VB, anything I can think of),
I get

"The Microsoft Jet database engine stopped the process because
you and another user are attempting to change the same data at
the same time".

I have rebooted the machine that was accessing it, and no
help. I can't reboot the server now because it's a 24/7 file
server. Is there any way to get this database open? I have
searched and found a bunch of demo programs that will
"uncorrupt" it and show some data (but not save it), so I know
it's possible, but is it possible without buying one of those
programs?
thanks

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