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Undelete and fix Microsoft Access databases with ease! Easy Access Recovery will automatically locate, unerase and recover deleted and corrupted Access databases as well as MDB and ACCDB files located on formatted disks and memory cards. Corrupted databases will be automatically fixed. Easy Access Recovery can extract usable data even out of badly damaged Access databases.
Easy Access Recovery can successfully repair damaged Access databases stored on hard disks, memory drives, remote and USB drives. Even if your Access files were accidentally erased, or are located on a formatted, repartitioned or inaccessible disk, Easy Access Recovery can still help by reading the hard drive or flash memory, finding, recovering and finally repairing the database.
When it comes to fixing a corrupted Access database, Easy Access Recovery takes a weighed step-by-step approach. Instead of relying entirely on database system structures that could be corrupted beyond repair, the product carefully analyzes the entire content of a database, record after record. This way allows Easy Access Recovery to save usable information out of severely damaged databases even if their file system is completely beyond repair. As a result, Easy Access Recovery can deliver perfect Access databases with more data recovered than other tools.
Easy Access Recovery is quick, fully automated and very easy to use. A fully visual pre-recovery preview shows tables and records stored in recoverable databases on the fly, even if the file being previewed was erased and partially overwritten. Databases in MDB and ACCDB formats produced by all versions of Microsoft Access are supported with full multi-language and Unicode support for database file names, records and data.