Data Recovery

How to Find the Performance Bottleneck when Accessing a MS Access Database over Network

In this article we will look at several possible causes behind a slow performing MS Access database when it is accessed over a network. There are various reasons for a database to be running slowly or performing badly. These databases are not built to function sub-optimally, but somehow, in the long run, they end up giving a poor performance. Some probably reasons for MS Access database to be performing slowly can be one of the following: By default, MS Access has the ability to...

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What to Do If USB Flash Drive Suddenly Becomes RAW?

When you fail to access a USB flash drive and receive an error message mentioning unrecognized file system, it refers to that the USB flash drive becomes RAW. But, do not panic. This article will focus on this problem and teach you how to cope with it. USB flash drive, due to its good portability, small size and high security, has been widely used by a myriad of users. However, like the external hard drives or others, it can become inaccessible as well. One of the most common scenarios where...

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How to Batch Resize All Pictures in Your Outlook Email

Outlook will not auto fit the inserted pictures with the texts in the email body. Thus, if you think that some embedded pictures are too large or small, you may desire to resize them. This article will teach you a method to resize them in bulk. In Outlook, when you insert a picture into the body of an email, if it’s too large, you will absolutely have to scale it until it fits the body. Under this circumstance, if there are multiple pictures in this email, resizing one by one manually is...

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