Sunday, May 8, 2011

Access Recovery to Handle Internal Process Error in Microsoft Access

Microsoft Access is an integral part of Microsoft Windows operating system based computer. It is an advanced and effective Relational Database Management System (RDBMS), which is part of Microsoft Office Suite of Applications. However, under some critical situations, you may not start the Access database properly. In such cases, Master Database File (MDB File) becomes inaccessible. It leads to critical data loss situations and put you in need of Access recovery solutions.

In order to extract data from Microsoft Access database, you must first mount it. Access database is automatically mounted when you start it. However, if database can not be started when you start MS Access, all the objects of MDB file become totally inaccessible. This behavior leads to severe data loss situations.

As an example of this critical problem with Microsoft Access, you may encounter the following error message while mounting Access database:

“An internal processing error has occurred. Try restarting the Exchange System Manager or the Microsoft Exchange Information Store service, or both. ID no: c1041724”

The database can not be mounted in such situations. It makes your access database totally unusable and irresponsive. To repair Access data in such situations, you need to identify the root of this problem and fix it using Access repair solutions.


You may face this problem due to any of the following reasons:

• The Temp folder is not accessible.
• Database permissions are set incorrectly.
• Database is corrupted and Access is unable to recognize it.


Try any of the following Access recovery methods to work around this problem:

• Make sure that Temp folder is there on the drive and accessible.
• Make sure you have proper permissions to access the database.
• Restore database from the most recent backup.
• Repair Access database objects using third-party Access recovery tools.

The commercial applications are powerful enough to perform in-depth scan of entire database to extract all database objects. They are totally safe and easy to use with read-only nature and interactive user interface. Such tools successfully repairs and restores data from Access 2010, 2007, 2003, 2002 (XP), and 2000.

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