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Access Database Becomes Inaccessible In Compiled Project

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Are you unable to open an Access database object, which is in compiled project or compiled database in Microsoft Access 2002 (XP)? This behavior may take place due to missing or corrupt objects of Microsoft Access database. The MDB (Master Database) file may get damaged due to numerous reasons, such as application malfunction, improper system shutdown, and virus infection. In all such cases, your valuable data in the database, become inaccessible and you experience data loss. To get your data recovered in such circumstances, you need Access Database Repair solutions.


You may get the following error when you attempt to open a database object that is in compiled project or in compiled database in MS Access 2002 SP2, MS Access 2002 SP1, or MS Access 2002:

“The Visual Basic for Applications project in the database is corrupt.”

The same error reappears, if you click the OK button on error message dialog box. Furthermore, you can not lose Microsoft Access 2002 application or exit compiled project or compiled database without clicking the End Task in Task Manager.

Root of the problem:
The problem occurs if compiled project or compiled database are compiled in the Microsoft Office Access 2003. MS Access 2002 can't open or change compiled project or compiled database that is compiled in later versions of Microsoft Access. However, MS Access 2002 SP2 and MS Access 2002 SP1 can open compiled project or compiled database incorrectly. The problem can also be caused by damaged database or some of its objects.

Solution
To sort out this problem, update Microsoft Access 2002 to Access 2002 SP3 (Service Pack 3). Microsoft Access 2002 SP2 can't open compiled project or compiled database that is compiled in MS Access 2003. When you attempt to open the database after upgrading to Access 2002 SP3, you may come across the below error message:

“The database is in an unrecognized format. The database may have been created with a later version of Microsoft Access than the one you are using. Upgrade your version of Microsoft Access to the current one, then open this database.”

In such critical situations, it becomes essential to use third-party applications to Repair Access File. These tools are capable of handling all types of database corruption scenarios.
The Access Repair tools throughly scan the database to ensure absolute recovery. They enable you to perform Access File Repair in a safe and easy way.

Stellar Phoenix Access Recovery software repairs and restores damaged Microsoft Access database. It is compatible with Microsoft Access 2007, 2003, 2002, and 2000. The software restores all database objects, such as tables, reports, forms, macros, and more.

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