When using Microsoft Access to open a corrupted Access database file, it will display the following error message (error 2626/3000) :

Reserved error (####); there is no message for this error.

where #### is a negative number, such as -1517.

A sample screenshot looks like this:

Precise Explanation:

There are many reasons that will cause this error, including the corruption of the Access database.

If you can confirm the reason is file corruption, then the only solution to this problem is using our product DataNumen Access Repair to repair the MDB file and solve this error.

Sample File:

Sample corrupt MDB file that will cause the error. mydb_10.mdb

The file repaired with DataNumen Access Repair: mydb_10_fixed.mdb