Thursday, November 10, 2011

Discussing Unexpected error 35012 in MS Access 2000 and measures to perform Access recovery

MS Access can be described as an information management tool that helps you effectively store and organize your sensitive, confidential,or business-critical data for easy reference, reporting, and analysis. It enables you to perform data analysis through complex queries. It allows frequent mass-update operations and also enables multiple users to access data at the same time. Despite being a reliable and user-friendly desktop application, it is prone to damage and corruption. Access database corruption may occur due to many reasons, such as virus infection, operating system malfunction, application error, hardware problem, etc. This results in loss of vital data stored in the Access database. To overcome this problem, you need to go for Access recovery through a proficient third-party utility.

For instance, while working on your MS Access 2000 database, you may come across the following error message:

“Unexpected error 35012 ”  


The above error occurred because there is some corruption in your Access database. Your database might contain some damaged or corrupt objects. 

This would prevent you from accessing the valuable components of your database. You may use an updated backup to restore your database. However, if the backup is unavailable, follow the below mentioned steps to perform Access database recovery.


The following steps may help you resolve the problem-

  • Go to  Tools/Database Utilities and then select 'Compact and Repair'. This utility works even if you are unable to open your database.
  • Try importing the damaged database objects:
  1. Initially create a new Access database.
  2. Click 'File', 'Get External Data', and then select 'Import'.
  3. Now, import all damaged database objects to the newly created Access database.
  4. If you fail to import an object, restore it using a backup.  

If the problem still persists, you should take help of an Access repair tool.

These third-party software help you effectively repair all damaged Access database objects and restore them to a new database at your specified location in the system. They incorporate a user-friendly interface design to make recovery more easy, facile, and effortless.

Stellar Phoenix Access Recovery is a professional utility that recovers all Access databases created in MS Access 2010, 2007, 2003, 2002, and 2000. The software can also recover deleted records and other lost database objects. Moreover, it is compatible with Windows 7, Vista, Server 2003, XP, and 2000.
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