Archive for April, 2010

While working with MS Access, the user encounters various error messages. These error messages may indicate any wrong operation, size issue, corruption or any other problem with Access database. However, error messages are not always problematic but when there is an error that is indicating corruption, user’s attention is required. Understanding error messages regarding database corruption is very important and ignorance can prove fatal for the data stored in the database.

This blog will help you to prevent such situations, as here you will get an idea about errors that appear due to corruption. Following are error codes and error messages that warn the user about corruption in Access database. Have a look at these errors:

  • Error 3343: “Unrecognized Database Format” that is MS Access is unable to recognize the database file.

  • Error 2239: “The database ‘abc.mdb’ is not a database file” that is database file has already been damaged due to which MS Access cannot identify the file as .MDB file.

  • Error 3011: The Microsoft Jet database engine could not find the “xyz” object. Make sure the object exist and that you spell its name and the path correctly.

  • Error 3049: Cannot open database “xyz.mdb.” It may not be a database that your application recognizes or the file may be corrupt.

  • Error 3259: Invalid file data type.

  • Error 35012: Unexpected error.

So, next time whenever you encounter any of the above mentioned errors, do not ignore it and repair the Access database. The tool can help you to do so, as it the most efficient and suitable Access repair tool to deal with corruption.