Access Database Recovery

How to Solve “The changes you requested to the table were not successful because they would create duplicate values”

In today's post, we will examine what "The changes you requested to the table were not successful because they would create duplicate values" error means, what causes it, and practical approaches to resolving it. The capability of any database to index each record uniquely makes it possible for users to modify records. However, if you come across a response showing the above error, you cannot use your data records unless you address the issue. What this error means As the...

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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 Fix the Error “Record(s) cannot be read; no read permission” in Access

This post provides insights on how you can resolve this if you come across it when working with Access databases. Managing business operations can be a complex endeavor, especially if you do not have systems in place to reconcile your transactions. Luckily, databases come in handy to help you manage business records effectively. MS Access is a simple yet powerful application that can help you develop and deploy a robust database with ease. Moreover, you do not need a seasoned IT expert...

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