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My access database has reached the 2 GB limit and will no longer compact and repair. It is a major database for our company and we will be out of business without it. Is there any way to repair this?
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Posted on Mar 21, 2016
You are in luck. I had the same problem a while back. Most of the time you will not be able to compact and repair a database that has reached capacity, however, you can import the database into a new one. The first thing you are going to have to do is find a very large table in your database and copy it into a new one. Then, delete that table from your old database. Now, open another new database. Go to the file menu and choose import. Now you must find your database in the directory and click it. Now choose one of the given options (tables, queries, etc.). Then, Press control + a to select all items. Now hit okay and it will import all of the items from your old database from that section into the new one. You must do this for each section (tables, queries, etc.). When everything is imported (should take less than an hour), compact and repar the new database. This will give you additional space to work with. Now you can bring in the table that you copied into a new database earlier the same way (import). This should put you back in business.
I suggest creating a 2nd database for any other data you may want to add later. You can always make link tables and such in your old database in order to get the additional data and prevent crashing your old database.
Let me know if you need any additional help.
Posted on Apr 24, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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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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