eRepair Access 1.0.1.0

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eRepair Access can save your time and money by putting you back on track after a data corruption incident with your database. It is an ultra-fast tool capable of restoring damaged *.mdb and *.accdb files created in Access 2000 and later versions.

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Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000/Server/95/98
Publisher:
Recovery Toolbox, Inc.
Price:
$27
File size:
1.50 Mb
Date added:
October 27, 2013
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Description from the Publisher
eRepair Access is a fast and functional recovery tool capable of restoring damaged *.mdb and *.accdb files created in Access 2000 and its later versions. Created with simplicity of use and speed of operation in mind, this handy tool allows you to recover valuable information just minutes after a data corruption incident. The wizard-based UI simplifies the entire process to several easy steps. Access recovery has never been easier!
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