How to Deal with “Record is too large” Error in MS Access

This article provides solutions for dealing with error ‘Record is too large’ in MS Access. You might have come across a situation where you are attempting to import a seemingly small file in your Access database, but it is not as small as you thought it to be. This fact comes to light when it irks you by giving a warning that says ‘Record is too large’, error 3047. This might come as a complete surprise because the size of your file can actually be very small. To be able to deal with...

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Hard vs Soft Bad Sectors in HDD: Different Causes and Solutions

Bad sectors are tiny clusters that cannot be read in hard disk drive (HDD). They can be divided into two types. One is hard bad sectors, and the other is soft bad sectors. This article will expose the different causes and solutions of the two types. It is known that hard disk drive (HDD) is vulnerable due to its mechanical parts. Among all hard drive issues, bad sector is admittedly common. Hard disk drive is divided into millions of sectors. Bad sector refers to a sector that is unreadable...

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2 Effective Methods to Batch Delete All Outlook Rules Performing a Specific Action

If you need to batch delete all Outlook rules that perform a specific action, such as "Move", "Copy" or "Flag", you can read this article. Here we will take "Move" action as an example to introduce you 2 quick methods. At times, you may want to delete all rules performing a specific action in Outlook. For instance, you've rebuilt folder structures in your mailboxes. Thus, you intend to re-classify and archive emails to different folders. In this case, you may want to batch delete all rules...

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