Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Resolving “Network Connection...” Error Message

Nothing can be more irritating than receiving an error message while mounting an Access database. The error message can be a result of numerous factors like, application malfunction, network damage, system file corruption, improper system shutdown, and virus attacks. A major difficulty from which every database user struggles after the occurrence of the error message is inaccessibility of database records. To overcome such difficulties, a valid backup allows you to restore the database records. However, there has been a huge case history where database users have not created any backup or the backup file has been corrupted or damaged. In such situations, the only way to view your inaccessible records is by repairing your corrupted database using an advanced access recovery software application.

As a practical instance, you encounter the underneath error message when you attempt to access the records stored in your Access 2000 database:

“Error accessing file. Network connection may have been lost.”

The Network Connection error message appears even though you have not connected your database to any network. The error message makes the database records inaccessible.

Grounds of the Problem:

The main cause for the occurrence of the error message is corruption or damage in your Access 2000 database.

How to Resolve:

To successfully troubleshoot the above error message, you will need to follow the below steps:

1.To start, you will need to create a new database and import all the components into the new database. Or you can also copy the components in the current database and then copy and paste them into current database.
2.Now open the Visual Editor (press ALT+F11) prior closing the database.
3.Compile your database (click Compile ) on the Debug menu.
4.Close and save your database after compilation.
The above steps enable you to resolve the error message in most cases. However, if the above steps are unsuccessful in resolving your problem and the error message persists, then you will need to opt for powerful Access Database Repair application. These repair access file tools use high end scanning and repairing algorithms to repair corrupt Access database.

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