Software Prerequisite

  • Platinum Class Processor
  • Minimum Memory: 512MB RAM (1GB Recommended)
  • Disk Space: Enough space to store the merged output
  • High-speed internet connection
  • Supports all versions of MS Access (including 2019/ 2016)

User Interface

Once you download the SysInfo MS Access Recovery tool, you will find the home page the same as presented below.

User Interface

Software Working

Download and Install the SysInfo MS Access Database Recovery Software

  • Step 1: Start the SysInfo Access Database Recovery Software as an administrator on your computer.
    Step 1
  • Step 2: Click on the Open button to add the MS Access Database files.
    Step 2
  • Step 3: Browse the Access Database files (MDB or ACCDB) you want.
    Step 3
  • Step 4: Choose the option as per your requirement:
    • Standard Mode:- If your access file is less corrupted, you can go for this option.
    • Advanced Mode:- Alternatively, if your access database files are severely corrupted, go for this Advanced option.

    Step 4
  • Step 5: The software also offers you an option to select a file version according to your file.
    Step 5
  • Step 6: Opt for these if you want:
    • Show System Tables:- Enable this option to recover the system tables of corrupt access database files.
    • Show Deleted Records:- It will help you restore the deleted items from the damaged files.

    Step 6
  • Step 7: Click on the OK button to continue further.
    Step 7
  • Step 8: the scanning process is completed for the selected files; click Ok.
    Step 8
  • Step 9: Select the folders that you need to download in the tree -structure
    Step 9
  • Step 10: You can also preview the further details of a specific table.
    Step 10
  • Step 11: Now, click on the Save button to download the recovered items.
    Step 11
  • Step 12: Select the location for the output folder where you want to save the output folder. Click the OK button to start the saving process.
    Step 12
  • Step 13: Finally, the repair MDB or ACCDB files get saved at your defined location.
    Step 13

Frequently Asked Questions

Database corruption can result if you use 3rd party Access plug-ins (including 3rd party ActiveX controls) that have not been designed properly. These plug-ins often run in the same application memory space as MS Access since they are also programs, so a plug-in crash will result in an MS Access crash as well.

The functionality and performance of both versions are the same; still, the demo version allows users only to preview the recovered items, and to save the data, you have to purchase the full version.