MS Access database provides users with most flexible and simplest DBMS solutions which provides user “look and feel” integration with other Microsoft Office family products. Abundance of several wizards lessen the complexity of critical tasks that helps in quick updations in database file and fasten the processing speed. At times, we get errors while accessing our database. For example you developed a projects which contains a form and a table. As soon as you run the form you get the following error message:
“The database has been placed in an unexpected state”
This error message prevents the file being opened or Locked.
What to do in this case??
First try to resolve it using some predefined scenarios if still these scenarios do not help you out in getting out of this situation then you need to get your files repaired using some third party application to repair access or mdb files.
When a user tries to import data form database but the file which he/she is trying to access got corrupt then this kind of error message pops out.
Database repair doesn't follow a typical scenario. There are, however, some virtually guaranteed ways to repair an ACCDB or MDB file. Before repair of file first attempt the following steps
1.If you have a copy of the DB in its original format, use the convert DB command to convert it.
2. If the original DB is no longer available, create a new DB and import your tables and queries to preserve your data."
Still if it doesn't work then you need to repair access files using a reliable and secured-driven access database repair tool to repair corrupt data.
Stellar Phoenix Access Database repair 4.0 tool implements new technology to offer comprehensive recovery of VBA code of reports and gives a complete preview of all recoverable database queries, relations and indexes in tree formats. It supports 2007, 2003, 2002, and 2000 and latest Microsoft 2010(Beta) also.This Stellar Access repair tool is compatible with Windows 7, Vista, Server 2003, XP, and 2000.
Repair database that has been placed in an unexpected state