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    Answered: microsoft access 2003

    hi all,
    I have a lot .mdb files of MS Access 2003. I have never had problems before today. I got a message: This database is in an unrecognized format, I tried this error again at next opening, but it was ineffective. I opened my database via MS Access 2007 from another pc, but I got the same problem. I would be happy to find a method to recovery access database.

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    Posted by hipplas93

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    Quote Originally Posted by unormands36 View Post
    hi all,
    I have a lot .mdb files of MS Access 2003. I have never had problems before today. I got a message: This database is in an unrecognized format, I tried this error again at next opening, but it was ineffective. I opened my database via MS Access 2007 from another pc, but I got the same problem. I would be happy to find a method to recovery access database.
    Man, if you can't resolve your issue via Compact and Repair, then next step to open it on another machine or another version of MS Access since 2007 and up to 2016.

    But sometimes there are cases more complicated then we could think, that's why was developed such instruments as Access online repair service - it supports all versions of .mdb files, only prove it https://onlinefile.repair/en/access.html"


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    Might I forgot because I have learnt this program many years ago.

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    Any more variants, please...

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    Quote Originally Posted by unormands36 View Post
    hi all,
    I have a lot .mdb files of MS Access 2003. I have never had problems before today. I got a message: This database is in an unrecognized format, I tried this error again at next opening, but it was ineffective. I opened my database via MS Access 2007 from another pc, but I got the same problem. I would be happy to find a method to recovery access database.
    Man, if you can't resolve your issue via Compact and Repair, then next step to open it on another machine or another version of MS Access since 2007 and up to 2016.

    But sometimes there are cases more complicated then we could think, that's why was developed such instruments as Access online repair service - it supports all versions of .mdb files, only prove it https://onlinefile.repair/en/access.html

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    What about creating a balnk New database

    then do a IMPORT of everything
    hope this help

    See clear as mud


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    guys thank you all for help!

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