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Temporary Folder Issues causing Microsoft Access 2003 Corruption 
 


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Temporary folder/directory is a directory that is primarily used to store temporary files present in your computer system. The content saved in this directory gets automatically deleted by many operating systems and some software at regular intervals. However, if temporary files are not deleted periodically, it might result in various problems like, corruption of Access database. To overcome the Access database corruption situations, an ideal way is to restore the data from an updated backup. However, if you have not maintained any valid backup or the backup falls short to restore the lost data, then you will need to use advanced access repair application to repair your corrupted database.

Consider a practical scenario, where your MS Access 2003 database gets corrupted due to insufficient space for temporary files. Once your database gets corrupted, the records saved in your database become inaccessible.

Cause:

The root cause for MS Access database corruption is incorrect settings of TEMP environment variable. To avoid corruption caused due to TEMP environment variable, you should always create your own temporary directory.

Resolution:

To resolve the Access database corruption and access the data stored in your database, you will need to an inbuilt Microsoft Access repair utility known as “Compact and Repair.” By using this utility, you can repair your corrupted database in both (open and closed) forms.

To repair your database, if it's open, you will need to follow the below steps:

1. Open your Access database in Exclusive mode.
2. Click Microsoft Office icon, select Manage, and select Compact and Repair Database.

To repair your database, when it is closed, you will need to follow the below steps:

1. Click Microsoft Office icon, click Manage, and then select Compact and Repair Database.
2. Next, select the database you need to repair, and click Compact.
3. Provide a valid name for the repaired database and click Save.

But if in case, the inbuilt repair utility fails to repair your database, then you need to opt for advanced access database repair application. Such Access Repair applications are developed by highly talented Data Recovery Experts and use advanced scanning procedures to repair your corrupted database. These repair utilities are easy to understand due to highly graphical user-interface.

Stellar Phoenix Access Recovery is a flawless Access Database Repair application that repairs database created in Microsoft Access 2007, 2003, XP (2002), and 2000. The read only tool can restore and Repair Access database objects like, tables, queries, forms, reports, macros, and modules. The repair utility is designed for Windows Vista, XP, 2003, 2000 and NT operating systems.





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