Easy Access Recovery 2.0

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Undelete and repair MS Access databases with ease! Easy Access Recovery will automatically find, undelete and repair deleted and damaged Access databases as well as MDB and ACCDB files stored on formatted disks and flash drives.

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Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000/Server
Publisher:
MunSoft
Price:
$59.95
File size:
4.34 Mb
Date added:
March 2, 2012
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Description from the Publisher
Undelete, recover and fix corrupted Microsoft Access databases with ease! Easy Access Recovery will automatically find, unerase and recover deleted and corrupted Access databases as well as MDB and ACCDB files stored on formatted disks and memory cards. Damaged databases will be automatically fixed. Easy Access Recovery can save usable information even out of severely damaged Access databases.
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