Access Database Recovery

What to Do when Access Requires Password for an Unencrypted but Corrupt Database

Discover what makes MS Access unencrypted files to ask for a password and ways you can solve the problem and restore proper functioning of your database. Extreme file corruption in MS Access can make databases appear encrypted to the application, while in the actual sense they are not. When this happens, you will be prompted to provide a password every time you try to open the database. If you enter any password in the pop-up box that appears, you will always get the ‘Not a valid...

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How to Deal with “You do not have the necessary permissions to use the object. (Error 3033)” in MS Access

Let’s explore what this message "You do not have the necessary permissions to use the object. (Error 3033)" in MS Access means, the circumstances under which it happens and possible solutions. MS Access stands out as an application that allows you to develop desktop databases within a very short time. This means you can design and deploy a powerful database on short notice to meet urgent business needs as you plan for a long-term fix. However, the application is not immune to...

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How to Fix “Cannot open database. (Error 3049)” in MS Access

In today’s post, we explore what error 3049 in MS Access is and what causes it and provide possible ways of fixing this error. You may come across a message "Cannot open database. (Error 3049)" while working on your Access database. You were probably creating new records or even using a query to extract certain information. When this error is triggered, your access to the database is curtailed. This can disrupt your business operations, especially if the database is one of your...

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