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    A corrupted mdb file issues this message when I try to open it: "Microsoft has stopped the process because you and another user are trying to change the same data at the same time."The message is obviously wrong, no other user can be. I really want to restore this database because it contains client data. Please tell me how can I restore a file format Microsoft Access 2010 ?

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    Cool Re: Damaged mdb file

    User means another proccess so try to restart computer and open mdb
    should be ok if you restart explorer.exe (this is not browser) instead of whole computer
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    Re: Damaged mdb file

    Did you split the database in front- and backend?

    If you have admin rights then, find the .ldb file and delete it. If you donít have admin rights then ask the IT department to delete the file.
    After that, run compact and repair comment. This solution will help to fix this problem.
    If compact and repair wonít work then, read this article: https://goo.gl/npELCV

    Good Luck!
    Last edited by steve.smith; 05-22-2018 at 01:17 AM. Reason: To complete the answer

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