August 30th, 2019
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A common error MS Access Error 3112 is Record(s) cannot be read and also no read permission to an Access object. Although the user has read-permissions to access the specified table to view its data. Now how to resolve this runtime error when you try to open a corrupt .mdb file with MS Access.
The screen shows the pop-up like this:
It is the most deniable state wherein Administrators aren’t able to perform essential Access Database functions including data insertion, deletion and similar. Now follow this blog to the end to get rid of this situation.
It is an inbuilt utility available in MS Access database, follow the steps to use it:
Note: A message will appear to your screen if the compact and repair utility fails to repair the MS Access database file and thus it means that access database is partially damaged.
If the error is still unresolved, despite using the inbuilt MS Access database utility then choose a third-party MS Access Recovery Tool which is provided by Sysinfo. This utility has the best features and it is fully Windows-based product that performs consolidated Access Recovery in very less time and also recovers crucial data from corrupted MS Access database files. Some prominent features of this utility which makes it fast to perform the actions are as follows:
i. Auto-detect File Information: This feature is helpful in getting the correct version of MS Access in which the specific database file was created.
ii. Window’s Support and Compatibility: Compatible with all the major versions of Windows Operating System and also provides full support to all versions of MS Access ranging from MS Access 97 to 2013.
iii. Feature to Preview Items: Before starting the recovery process user can preview the whole information.
iv. Option to save data at the desired location: User can save the recovered data at the specific locations.
v. Console-based version: Utility comes in handy for administrators who are proficient in MS-DOS based Command-Line. The tool will run on Windows-based command prompt.
vi. Simplified Interactive GUI: A user-friendly Graphical User Interface with more advanced features which is helpful for non-tech users too.
MS Access Database Error 3112, Record(s) cannot be read; is a very common query and we have described both manual and professional methods to resolve this issue. Now we hope that the user will be able to fix the error and it’s all up to them, which method they choose.