Recovery Toolbox for Access 126.96.36.199 (Crack + Keygen)
Microsoft Access databases usually contain large amounts of information, most of it linked with other data and spread over multiple tables and queries.
Losing this kind data can mean days of additional work, especially if you work in a company and your products or your employee details are stored in such a database.
Recovery Toolbox for Access is an application that enables you to retrieve corrupted Access database files. The operation works on documents that have been infected by computer viruses or have been exposed to any other kind of corruption. The program analyzes your file and searches for any recoverable data that matches the supported format.
You can restore both MDB and ACCDB databases created in Microsoft Access 2003 or later. The recovery process can bring back tables, indexes, queries and relations between tables, but it cannot recover forms, macros, modules or password protected files. It also lacks the ability to recover encrypted documents.
Before you begin the recovery process and export the restored database, you can use Recovery Toolbox for Access Crack to preview the tables, queries and relations available in the file. The table fields and indexes are also visible and everything that is present here is also present in the recovered document. As you might expect, you cannot edit any data during this operation.
One of the major advantages of the application is the fact that it does not require you to have Access installed to perform the recovery, since all you need to have is the MDB or ACCDB file. This enables you to use it on any computer without having to install the rather large Microsoft utility.
Even though it cannot recover all the information in a database, such as forms, macros or modules, Recovery Toolbox for Access enables you to restore most of your data quick and easy. The user-interface is wizard-based and the process runs smoothly regardless of your computer experience.
|Package size||3.4 MB|
|Supported systems||Windows All|