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Old 12-01-2014, 07:38 AM
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Hello following problem in me .. on server local file with tables laid BAse_BE.mdb, yesterday server crashed and partially restored the sysadmin server information from basket ..in result file BAse_BE.mdb gone, recovered a bunch of unnecessary and old documents .. NO with them there appeared BAse_be.ldb [1014] with numbers .. 1812 general different number of pieces. how to restore this file with information who worked with base .. no absolutely no information on the content of the tables they do not? interested so suddenly there is a possibility for it that either restore?
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