How to Recover Deleted Access Database File?

Updated on August 01, 2022

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Recover Deleted Microsoft Access Database File

Microsoft Access is a database management system that combines the relational Microsoft Jet Database Engine with a graphical user interface and software-development tools. Access file comes with an extension name as .mdb (Microsoft Office Access 2003 and earlier) and .accdb (Microsoft Office Access 2007). It can perform repetitive tasks which can be automated through macros with point-and-click options. You can place a database on a network and have multiple users share and update data without overwriting each other's work.

However, you may unintentionally delete one of your Access files which you have just spent a good deal of time working on them. Won't it be a very painful job to recreate your lost Microsoft database file all over again? Don't be tensed, you don't need to recreate them. MDB files and ACCDB files can be easily recovered by using good reliable recovery software. Remo Recover is the software which is efficient enough to recover your deleted Microsoft Access database files.

Microsoft Access Database File Recovery Software

Remo Data Recovery Software can effortlessly recover deleted EXE files, .mdb and .accdb access database files. An entire drive can be scanned in few minutes to recover deleted Access files. This application can recover Access files, which bypass Windows recycle bin when they exceed in size as compared to the recycle bin. It can also recover files and folders, which have deleted using shift + delete keys. The Basic Edition comes in two different versions for Windows (Compatible with Windows 11, 10, Windows 8 & 8.1, Windows 7, etc.) and Mac (Compatible with mac OS Monterey, Mojave, Big Sur Catalina, High Sierra, Sierra, El Capitan, Yosemite, etc.) systems.

Additionally, Supports recovery of files from FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5, Ex FAT partitions / drives.This application is capable of recovering files from hard drives such as SATA / SCSI / IDE, flash memory cards like SD/ XD/ MMC/ Memory Stick etc., USB external drives, FireWire Drives, iPods. There is an option for previewing recovered files prior to data restoration.

Why Remo Recover?

With this tool a user is guaranteed fast and easy recovery. Remo Recover Software is the best recovery tool available and capable of recovering any type of files from any kind of storage devices. Save Recovery session is also a very helpful feature which enables the user to save the current recovery session & restore it at any desired time. Moreover, the utility will also files, Word files, etc, that are deleted or lost. One can easily search for file from the list of recovered files with the use of its inbuilt Find option. These features are very interesting and very rare to be found in any other recovery tools present in the market. Even, it supports PPTX file recovery as well as compressed files recovery from any device.

How to Recover an Access Database File?

Download, install and launch Remo Recover software on your PC.

Step 1: Select Drive or Partition from where you wish to restore deleted access database file.

launch the tool to recover deleted access files

Step 2: Click on Scan and wait till the recoverable files are displayed. When the Quick Scan process is finished, the software will enter Deep Scan mode automatically, where the sector level scan will take place and you will see a list of recovered files in Dynamic Recovery View.

see a list of recovered access files by clicking on dynamic recovery view

Step 3: Select the required access database files and preview by double-clicking on the file.

select the required access database files and preview by double-clicking on the file

Step 4: If you cannot find the access database files click on Advanced Filter and just add file type, file signature or modified data, the tool will do the work for you.

click on advanced filter and just add file type, file signature or modified data

Step 5: Finally, save the recovered Microsoft access database file on a storage drive by browsing the storage location and clicking on Recover.

save the recovered Microsoft access database file on a storage drive by browsing the storage location and clicking on recover

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