How to Get Back Access MDB Files?

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Microsoft Access MDB File Recovery

Microsoft Office Access is a database management system from Microsoft that combines the relational Microsoft Jet Database Engine with graphical user interface and software development tools. It comes as a part of Microsoft Office suite in the professional and higher editions and the main concept of Microsoft Access is to help end users to access data from any source. Other feature is import and export of data to many formats including Excel, Outlook, Oracle, ODBC, etc. And .mdb is the file extension used to store Microsoft Access files in Access 2003 and the earlier versions of Microsoft Access. These important MDB files created with lots of efforts can sometime go missing from system due to strange reasons.

One of the most common reasons for which you encounter MDB file loss is because of accidental deletion. Assume that you have created an important office database MDB file using Microsoft Access. While deleting unwanted documents from computer you mistakenly selected essential MDB file and deleted it. Later you started searching in Recycle Bin to restore it back, but since you had used “Shift + Delete” keys to delete files, the files were not present in Recycle Bin. So now you are regretting for deleting those vital MDB files.

However, here is the ideal solution to resolve your problem. Before that, it is always better to create and maintain regular backups of crucial MDB files to avoid data crisis like mentioned above. Even though you don’t have any backup, there is no need to worry, because by making use of any reliable Windows file recovery software you can restore Access MDB files successfully.

Most common scenarios in which Access MDB file loss occurs are listed below:

  • Harmful virus infections sometimes may cause loss or deletion of Access MDB files from computer
  • Sudden power surges while transferring vital MDB files from computer to other external storage devices
  • Unintentional formatting of drive containing MDB files results in deletion of MS Access MDB files along with other data
  • Emptying Recycle Bin without thoroughly checking its contents may cause deletion of MDB files resided in Recycle Bin

Remo Recover….!!!

Remo Recover is the most secure software that completely retrieves Access MDB files from any file loss scenario. This software is strongly recommended by Windows file recovery professionals, because of its reliability and 100% recovery rate. This utility can recover MDB files from hard drives (SATA / IDE / SCSI), USB drives, etc. without any difficulties. It supports to regain MDB files created on Access 1.1, Access 2.0, Access 97, Access 2000, Access 2002, etc. This software is highly compatible with all major versions of Windows operating systems like Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, etc.

Safety Measures: -

  • Maintain regular backup of important Microsoft Access MDB files
  • Avoid improper handling of Access MDB files like forceful shutdown of system while working on MDB files

Steps to perform MDB file restoration using Remo Recover software: -

Step 1: : Download and install Remo Recover software on your computer. When the main screen opens, select Recover Files option and choose the drive to recover access ‘mdb’ files. Then click Scan for the scanning process to begin

Best Software to Recover Access MDB Files - Main Screen

Figure 1: Main Screen

Step 2: Once the drive is scanned, all the files in the drive will be displayed in 2 types of views; namely File Type View and Data View

MDB Access File Restoration - File Type View

Figure 2: File Type View

Step 3: At this point, you can have a free preview of these recovered files

How to Get Back Access MDB Files - Preview Recovered Files

Figure 3: Preview Recovered Files

Step 4: Finally, select the files you want and save them to any desired location

Access Recovery MDB File - Save Recovered Files

Figure 4: Save Recovered Files