Access 2.0 database repair?
I have a corrupted Access database and no backup.
Created in Access 2.0. What are my options?
Find a company that recovers corrupted db, in your favorite search engine type for example in google
"corrupt access 2 database recovery" . And you will find the companies that do this. You will find lots of them. Or try some third-party Access recovery tools, such as Access Recovery Toolbox. http://www.oemailrecovery.com/access_repair.html
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