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How to be prepared against MS Word document issues?

Monday, December 12th, 2016


MS Word documents may show unexpected behavior sometimes: they may send error messages, display layout and formatting incorrectly, show unreadable characters on the screen, renumber pages repeatedly, redo breaks in the page, or halt the computer from responding. All these point to the damage of the document or its template. There are many ways one can repair damaged MS word documents—using inbuilt tools or using professional MS Word recovery tools. Also, it is recommended to be prepared against such issues. Here, we will show how to use the AutoRecover feature to recover Word documents after they are closed unexpectedly.

How to change auto recovery settings in MS Word?

The AutoRecover feature helps users to recover the data after unexpected closing of MS Word documents. This feature saves data at specified intervals set by the user. So when there is a requirement, the user can recover the data (up to the last AutoRecover saving).


The AutoRecover settings can be accessed from the Save tab of Word Options dialogue box (which opens upon clicking File > Options in MS Word). Make sure that the check box Save AutoRecover information every minutes is checked, and select an optimum value for it. Also, select a suitable location for saving the information (using the Browse button against AutoRecover file location).

How to use AutoRecover to get back MS Word documents?

The AutoRecover features saves documents in .asd format in the location specified by the user. After unexpected closing of Word documents, one can use the latest .asd document created by Word. Here is how one can do this:

1. Open MS Word, and copy the AutoRecover file location (to find the location, see the steps given earlier in this article).

2. Now click File > Open; click Browse.

3. In the address bar of the Open dialogue box, paste the copied location. In the dropdown list against File name, select All Files (“.”). Now, all the documents (including the AutoRecover files) will be seen.

4. Now look for AutoRecover files (with the extension .asd). Open the latest .asd file (use a trial and error method to find the latest one). Now the file is again usable, and contain data up to the last AutoRecover saving.

How to deal with serious MS Word corruption issues?

When Word documents face serious issues, the AutoRecover feature may not be helpful to recover the lost data. More sophisticated repair solutions like Kernel for Word Recovery are necessary then. This tool ensures recovery in a few steps, and follows the same recovery procedure for all the versions of the Word.

Instant Tactics to Tackle with Inaccessibility of BKF Files

Thursday, November 17th, 2016


With the world going digital, there is barely any person who hasn’t developed the habit of keeping backup of their crucial data. The probabilities of getting data corrupt or inaccessibility of data compels many people to use external storage devices like hard disks and pen drives.

But, storage devices too can often fail to offer you help at the time of need. It could be the worst scenario to face when your original data as well as backup data cannot be accessed anymore.

What if you could still get your data back? Yes, you heard it right!

You need to focus on solutions rather than problems because it is the only thing you’re left with. This reminds me of a quote by Even Edmond Mbiaka said – “Problems are meant to be solved, but unfortunately, a lot of people choose to complain, worry, and cry about them.

Here are 3 instant fixes that can help you deal the data inaccessibility concerns with utmost ease and accuracy:

  1. In-built Restoring Capability in Windows: The latest versions of the Windows Operating System (Windows 7 onwards) comprise a smart Backup and Restore option. All you need to do is type backup in Search box under the Start menu and select the Backup and Restore that appears in the list. Hit the button labelled as ‘Restore My Files’. Further, specify the files you want to restore and the location where you want to store the recovered files. An easy recovery solution, isn’t it?
  2. Third Party Backup Recovery Tool: When the damage’s severity goes beyond repair through in-built capability, it’s high time to invest in a third party tool. A backup recovery tool serves as an instant solution for the variety of backup created using Windows NT Backup, Symantec Backup, HP Data Protector, ARCserve Backup, and Veritas Backup. It makes the backup data recovery efficient and quick no matter what’s the size of files you have. One such tool is Kernel for BKF Repair. It steals the limelight with a pool of wonderful features packed in user-friendly interface. And the cherry on the top is its affordable price.
  3. Cloud-Based Storage: On a cloud-based platform, safety of your data is ensured due to authorized access. Though it won’t work for the files already damaged, it can surely help you store the data that is still not affected. It is always preferable to store your data on cloud applications to keep it untouched by physical damages. Make sure you migrate the healthy or recovered files to the cloud location so that next time you can retrieve your data even if the storage devices go inaccessible.

Now you have some instant recovery tricks to handle the data loss conditions in an effective manner rather than panicking and using random things mentioned on the web. Every other expert advice on web may not come from an actual expert. Hence, make a wise selection to get your crucial data in its original form even if you are going to choose a tool.

Although digital age has so much to offer in terms of storing our crucial data, we should not ignore the possibilities of sudden severe occurrences that can result in the loss of data unexpectedly in a single go. This compels the need of backup recovery software that can make the affected backup data accessible again.

Ever faced “Access Denied” error while accessing PDF documents on post-installation of Adobe Reader v10?

Thursday, June 23rd, 2016



Figure A Screenshot of ‘Access Denied’ error


Have you recognized this error mentioned in the screenshot? Yes, it appears most often when the system logic does not identify the corresponding file. It clearly indicates that the file is damaged. To deal boldly with such incident, it is necessary that user must have knowledge about the type(s) of corruption the file has entered into. Knowledge of inbuilt repair methods is another way to deal with the issue. Moreover, the perfect sense to deal with ‘Access Denied’ issue is assistance from third-party tool.

The most peculiar event occurs when the known PDF file becomes inaccessible. This moment has witnessed the erroneous functions like ineffective running of file scripts on startup. To fix them it is advised initially to reset the settings from Preferences.
Managing Manual Settings of Acrobat Reader

There are settings in Adobe Acrobat that can be manipulated to correct the incoming error. One such setting is disabling the ‘Protected Mode’. The protected mode is used to counter any external agent that is in capacity to affect the PDF files. Sometimes due to enabled protected mode, the PDF files are not recognized as safe and hence cannot be opened. To disable the Protected Mode user can follow these steps:

  1. Open Adobe Reader.
  2. Click Edit -> Preferences.
  3. Followed by Security (Enhanced) -> unmark ‘Enable Protected Mode at Startup’.

Once it is done, the entire changes are accepted by the system and the inaccessible PDF files become accessible. Moreover, for making fast changes the user can make alterations at registry level. To make the changes at registry, user has to make such changes as mentioned below:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Adobe\Acrobat Reader\DC\Privileged\

Change the valvue “bProtectedMode”=dword:00000001 to“bProtectedMode”=dword:00000000

Although user can manage these manual settings, but problem even persists when PDF files are actually corrupt. Such corruption is due to virus attack, improper download from source and other reasons. To deal with all such issues, it is recommended to take assistance from third-party software.

The assistance from third-party software guarantees solution to all type of PDF related issues.
Effect of Third-Party Software

The third-party software are built with powerful algorithms to drive the entire PDF recovery process swiftly and safely. Such tools are designed keeping in mind the requirements needed in the purpose. One of the most recommended tool is Kernel for PDF Repair, which explicitly repairs the corrupt PDFs by thoroughly scanning them. The tool, maintains the data integrity throughout the process and securely retains header, hyperlinks and comments present in the affected PDF files. The trial version of the tool is available for download. Upon satisfaction with tool’s performance, user can purchase the licensed version that also comes with 30-days money-back guarantee.
PDF Corruption – A Boon or Bane

PDF corruption is sometimes considered as boon and at the same time considered as bane somewhere else. PDF corruption is boon when the PDF source is corrupt with virus attack and files sent from such source also contain the same potent viral copies. If user downloads it without protection mode, then it is clear that user’s system would get crash. Therefore, it is always recommend to open the files in ‘Protected Mode’.

On the contrary the PDF corruption is bane when user who is in need of PDF document fails to access the file. It could be tackled by making certain changes in ‘Preferences’ or registry in the system. In totality it would be better to present that user must take assistance from third-party Kernel for PDF Repair software that has been designed to provide satisfactory results.

Repairing corrupt Windows system with DISM and SFC commands

Monday, May 30th, 2016

Windows corruption is simply associated with non-accessibility of Windows files that play crucial role in existence of Windows platform itself. Can one imagine of any structure without any skeletal framework? It is almost impossible to erect any binary platform without functional files. However, it is evident that the functional files would not automatically attain the status of inaccessible files nor they would ever actively participate in making the platform corrupt. Some major corruptions lead to complete shutdown of Windows OS and user finds such issue as non-resolvable.

Now, the question is, “Is there any method to correct the Windows corruption issue”? Technically, it is possible to correct the non-predictive behavior of Windows OS by System File Checker (SFC) tool. SFC is the inbuilt command file that simply scans the entire file system and replaces the incorrect file version with the correct one. However, there are times when SFC command system fails, then the other available option is Deployment Image Servicing and Management (DISM). However, the DISM exists in Windows 7 and above, while in Windows versions prior than 7, System Update Readiness Tool exists that do the same work.

How SFC and DISM works?

SFC Mode: To initiate the Windows file scan process using SFC, initially user has to look for Windows version being used. For Windows 10 or 8.1, user has to simply click the Start button followed by opening of command prompt. For other Windows versions, user has to search for command prompt in Start button.

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However, it is necessary that user must be the administrator for running any such command. Once it is done, user has to patiently wait to get the process complete. As the process gets complete, it is definite that the tool must have found some files that may be corrupt and must be replaced by correct versions of Windows file. It could be in the form of message like, “Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix some of them.” To fix them it is recommended to try system rebooting in the Safe Mode.

DISM Mode: DISM mode is suited to work when SFC mode does not replace the corrupt system files with the correct ones. It is a command-line tool that is used to prepare a Windows Pre-installation Environment image. It is used to service the Windows Image or Virtual Hard Disk.

To run DISM, open Command Prompt as an administrator followed by command and press Enter. It will automatically check for corrupt files and fix them if found any.

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Once the DISM is complete, user is advised to run the SFC command-line again followed by restart of the system. This will automatically update the corrupt files with the new ones.

What after SFC and DISM commands?

As soon as user is free from running SFC and DISM commands, it becomes matter of concern for the novice that what must be done now? Just try System Reset or System Restore. System Restore will restore all Windows file into their native state. This ensures that the corrupt files are replaced by native files which are fresh as factory default.

However, System Reset simply makes the raw settings as it comes in Factory Default. It bypasses running of SFC and DISM command lines and gets executed within few keystrokes.

Patching damages with Third-Party Tool

How will it be if you can access the entire house with single key? This is what has been observed in the users who are using third-party tool to deal with any type of Windows crash. Be it due to external factor or due to corruption in inbuilt Windows files. The third-party tool is made up of powerful and sophisticated algorithm that manages to recover the Windows damage irrespective of the level of damage and corruption.

One such reliable and sophisticated third-party tool is Kernel for Windows Data Recovery, which has been designed to meet almost all range of Windows corruption. With the implementation of multiple recovery modes, Kernel for Windows Data Recovery perfectly restores the corrupt files, deleted files and folders from Hard Disk.
To eliminate any chance of incompatibility with the Windows file, the tool supports all versions of Windows OS. As far as running of tool is concerned, the tool is made up of user-friendly GUI that makes operating of the tool simple.

Implementing the right tool to counteract the Windows file corruption and recovering the damaged Windows files is necessary and must be the single objective of the user. However, the choice of implementation is entirely up to the user. If the user is competent enough to make the necessary Updation using inbuilt tool, then it is appreciable. However, for novice and non-technical person, it is advised to take assistance from third-party tool like Kernel for Windows Data Recovery.

Recover entire data from corrupt Windows 8.1 platform without inserting recovery disc

Tuesday, September 1st, 2015

As tech freak users are enjoying the performance Windows 8.1 by managing downloads and numerous data. Although system is protected by firewall, antivirus and other security features, but smart malicious softwares tend to infiltrate the cyber security of the system and makes it corrupt. The level of system corruption may vary from slowing the system speed, corrupting some inbuilt software’s, crash of windows operating system, to sudden system shutdown.

Once system using windows 8.1 as an operating system gets entirely corrupt, the recovery of data needs an immediate attention. Usually recovery of lost data and partitions are done by system professionals who employ sophisticated techniques to rebuild the system software. It involves dedication and time.

To initiate the recovery process, usually the recovery DVD is mounted in the system. Once the DVD is read by optical reader of the DVD player the multiple copies of OS files are migrated to system, consequently the user system reboots. This rebooting happens multiple time so that system files could be perfectly installed.

As the system finally reboots, the entire partitions are also reinstated. However, user must not expect too much at this level because the recovered partition does not contain the retained content/data in it. Yes, the data gets lost. Again, you have to manage the data from backup files that may have concerned files.

Recovering entire content without mounting recovery disk

Recovery of data without employing backup and recovery disk seems impossible for the users. However, there are tool available that claims perfect recovery of HDD and its contents. The entire data will be recovered by such tools but authenticity and reliability of such tools are questionable. Therefore, users are recommended to use only that tool, which is advised by experienced professionals or used by large organizations.

One such tool which is highly acclaimed and advised for recovering data from corrupt system is Kernel for Windows Data Recovery. It is well scheduled and well organized Windows Recovery software, which has been designed and developed by Kernel Data Recovery.

Kernel for Windows Data Recovery is the most trusted aide of system professional that perfectly recovers entire HDD content without losing single data. Embedded with powerful and sophisticated algorithm that takes control over entire process, Kernel for Windows Data Recovery impeccably restores intentional or accidental formatted content. Be it permanently deleted files or files located on hard drive, Kernel for Windows Data Recovery rescues the target files by implementing different modes and saves them to the specified location. During the ongoing session of recovery process if the user wishes to preview the recovery process then it can be done by utilizing “Preview” option.

To evaluate the efficacy of Kernel for Windows Data Recovery, you can download the trial version of the tool. This version is freely available and works like licensed version. However, it refrains user from saving the recovered file. The saving option can be freely exercised after purchasing the licensed version of the tool. It comes with life time validity and all time technical support.

As a user you are free to choose between two versions of Kernel for Windows Data Recovery; however, choosing licensed version of tool is appreciable. Apart from Windows 8.1, Kernel for Windows Data Recovery supports Windows 8/7/Vista/XP/2000/98/NT and 95. It also supports Windows Server 2012/2008/2008R2/2003R2/2003.

Thus, making selection of right Windows data recovery tool, you can rescue your data from getting spam.

Fixing up Hyper-V VHD file error message: “The file or directory is corrupted and unreadable”

Wednesday, June 17th, 2015


Virtual Hard Disk uses .vhd file type that acts similarly like your hard disk to store your valuable information on virtual environment. Users can easily mount VHD alike your physical hard disk and copy files from and to the virtual hard disk. Alike physical drives, virtual hard disk files can also get affected to corruption. When corruption enters to the VHD files, it causes immense inconveniences to the users in accessing their valuable information, when in need. Adopting professional VHD recovery solution is considered the safest and quickest way to access your VHD files.


The real problem arises when the users is refrained to access or mount any .vhd files on the virtual machine. Because of all this, the users is restricted to open Hyper-V attachments and hence the stored data files become inaccessible. One such VHD file corruption error message is showcased below:

Failed to open attachment ‘C:\ directory \MyVHD.vhd’. Error: “The file or directory is corrupted and unreadable”

There could be several reasons for corruption in VHD files, but this error message specifically appears when Hyper-V VHD files get corrupt. A VHD file may get corrupt due to:

  • Faulty/ corrupt files in the physical disks
  • At the time of transferring the .vhd files using poor/ faulty networks

However, if you wish to trace the actual reason of corruption then you have to go to the root that is causing corruption. In most scenarios, the primary lead to the damage is caused because of mentioned reasons: such as an abrupt unavailability of network or disconnecting the storage at the time when virtual drive was being shifted or created over the network.

Also, when there has been a kind of expanding in the disk or the switching is taking place from one to another disk, then also such problem appears. Besides the common case of hardware failure, the VHD file corruption may also be caused due to the installed anti-virus programs or any external encryption application available on the host system.

Resolution for VHD Recovery

To fix up the VHD corruption issues, you need to have the recent and clean backup and then you can try to restore the VHD files. In case, there is an enormous data corruption then the restoration activity may take elongated time than usual.

Try to fix up the error by implementing the below mentioned instructions:

  • Mount .vhd file to the parent partition
  • Employ CHKDSK for repairing
  • Verify for integrity through Hyper-V
  • Append VHD file to IDE controller and click the Inspect button
  • Merge any VHD file and verify that you are able to open them through Windows 7, server 2008 etc

You may even try free VHD tool provided by Microsoft that automatically repairs the corrupt .vhd files.

Professional Assistance, best solution

In case, you are unable to achieve the desired results using manual and free methods, then trusting third-party VHD recovery tool is an ideal choice to attain VHD files from all types of corruption and inaccessibility issues.

Kernel for VHD recovery is an advanced VHD recovery software that efficiently repairs and restores VHD files from various types of corruption scenarios like hard disk crash, virus attacks, faulty physical storages, formatted, deleted VHD files, hard disk partition damage and all other reasons. The tool is ideal for all Windows platforms including Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows, 2000, XP, 2003, Vista, 7 and Windows 8. This VHD Recovery tool also supports Windows Server 2008 R2 and Hyper-V Server. Kernel for VHD recovery software is 100% secure and trust-worthy as it comes with 30-day money-back guarantee purchase in case of customer dissatisfaction. Round-the-clock customer support and free trial version support are another reliable features associated with the tool.

Investigating Check Disc for Errors in Windows 7

Wednesday, April 29th, 2015

When user performs specific action or open certain file, the system crashes or programs freeze. It could also happen that user computer is noticeably slower or programs “hang” when user accesses certain files. This problem might occur because there are errors on hard disk drive.

The user can troubleshoot the problem by using the Disk Check tool in Windows 7. Disk Check can identify and automatically correct file system errors and it makes sure that user can continue to load and write data from the hard disk. The user can use Disk Check in Windows 7 not only for local hard drives, but also for removable media such as USB memory sticks or memory cards.

CHKDSK (“Check Disk”) is a system tool in DOS, OS/2 and Windows, where it verifies the file system integrity of a volume and fixes logical file system errors. It is similar to the fsck command in UNIX.

Running CHKDSK

To successfully run the CHKDSK to eliminate the error that has been encountered, there are certain steps that need to be followed:

1. To initiate the process, click the Start Windows icon. 
2. In the shortcut menu, click Open Windows Explorer.
3. In the navigation pane, click on Computer. Here the local drives appear in the right pane. 
4. Click on the drive that you want to check. 
5. Click Properties.
6. Click the Tools tab.
7. Click the Check now button. 
8. In the Check Disk  window, you have to select the Automatically fix file system errors check box.


9. Click Start.
10. If the system drive is currently in use, then a dialog box with a warning message appears. In such case, click Schedule disk check.


11. Exit all open programs, and then restart computer.
The checking will start automatically before next Windows startup and display the results when completed.


12. If you are not checking the system drive, then you do not have to turn off the computer. However, the selected drive may also be in use. In that case, you would receive a message to dismount the volume. Click Force a dismount.


13. The disk checking starts immediately. After it gets completed, the results will be displayed. 

Upon successful completion of CHKSDK, it can be relied that the repair problems related to bad sectors, lost clusters, cross-linked files, and directory errors are now sorted out. Chkdsk can also serve as an early warning that a hard drive is deteriorating.

If Chkdsk starts finding bad sectors, then it a clear sign of a drive need replacing. In case the chkdsk fails to locate and repair the defect in the disk, then the user is highly recommended to make use of a proficient Windows Data Recovery.

Perfect solution for failed Chkdsk

Kernel for Windows Data Recovery offers a perfect solution for failed chkdsk. Due to major corruption, chkdsk often fails. To counteract such situation the user is advised to use the licensed version of Kernel for Windows Data Recovery. The tool restores data that is lost due to accidental or intentional formatting of hard disk partitions.

Integrated with various modes like- Quick Scan, Extensive Scan and File Trace recovery modes helps in effective recovering of data based upon various circumstances. The tool consists of Find Files option that helps to search out for a specific type of file in the recovered data. Apart from above mentioned features of the software, the software also entails other features such as recovery of data that is lost due to damage or deletion of partition structures.

Steps involved in working of Kernel for Windows Data Recovery:

Kernel for Windows Data Recovery effectively recovers data from the corrupt, damaged, or virus-attacked FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, and NTFS5 partitions. Using the software, the steps you need to follow to retrieve the corrupt data are:

  • Mode selection: Select mode in order to perform data recovery.
  • Drive Selection: Select the drive where recovery operation is to be performed.
  • Selection of partition: Make appropriate selection of partition and wait for completion of the recovery process.
  • Saving the retrieved data: In this step, finally save the retrieved results.

The capability and potential of Kernel for Windows Data Recovery to recover deleted, damaged and formatted windows hard drive partition make it appropriate for every condition. Kernel for Windows Data Recovery software saves the scanning process of corrupt hard drive. This facility helps in terms of scanning the drive again and again. The tool is also available in trial version and one could get familiar with its properties using the trial version.

How to handle Windows corruption and recover data?

Tuesday, December 17th, 2013

Many worldwide users work on Windows operating system. While working with it, they often come across various unexpected events that are not tack able. You may not be able to attain the desired system performance or your system suddenly becomes unresponsive. Users may also encounter a frightening Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) while booting their system. These errors are generally known as Windows XP STOP errors. For such issues, the most common reasons hard disk corruption, damaged hardware, incompatible system BIOS, power failure, sudden system shut down, malfunctioning of hardware or software etc.

In most cases, you can easily identify the root cause of the problem by reading the error message but sometimes these errors are difficult to handle. For instance, when you try to start your Windows based computer, you may come upon anyone of the following error messages:

“Operating system not found.”
“Missing Operating System”
While trying to repair such Windows errors using the Recovery Console, you may receive another message:
“Setup did not find any hard drives installed on your computer”


  • Incorrect BIOS configuration
  • Hardware failures
  • Software errors
  • File system corruptions
  • Virus attacks
  • Abrupt system shut down
  • Power outage
  • Corrupt or damaged hard disk
  • MBR (Master Boot Record) corruption
  • Hard disk partition corruption

In such scenario, you become unable to access your precious data stored in your system. If you have backup of your data in any other external storage media or online backup then you should not worried. But, in case of no such backup you are in serious trouble.

To get rid of any possible data disaster situation, you must create a scheduled or regular backup of your personal or professional data. If the backup is not available or backup file is also corrupted due to any possible reason, you should follow the below given resolution steps:


  • Verify the BIOS settings to make sure it recognizes the hard disk.
  • Repair the damaged MBR by running the ‘fixmbr’ command through the Windows Recovery Console.

You should be aware about this tool as this command can damage your partition tables if a virus is present or if a hardware problem exists. With this command, you may create inaccessible partitions. When the fixmbr command detects an invalid or non-standard partition table signature, fixmbr command prompts you for permission before it rewrites the MBR. However, the fixmbr command is supported only on x86-based computers.

In spite of that, if you are unable to repair or recover your inaccessible/lost data from Windows hard disk then you are recommended to look for a third party tool like Kernel for Windows data recovery software. By busing this powerful tool, you can successfully recover your corrupt data from Windows OS having FAT 16, FAT 32, NTFS, and NTFS5 file systems.

What to do when you face MS Access Error – Record(s) cannot be read; no read permission on MsysObjects

Friday, September 27th, 2013

You must be well aware of the fact that tables in MS Access database (MDB file) that have planned segregation of data in the form of rows and columns actually serve as effective storage solutions for your data. Tables have separate cell which facilitate storing data separately. But, when we talk about corruption, tables are no exception. Table corruption may occur due to a number of reasons like virus, system crash, improper system shutdown, and more.

Now, consider a situation when an error message pops the moment you try to open a corrupted MDB file with Microsoft Access:

Record(s) cannot be read; no read permission on ‘xxxx’ (Error 3112) where ‘xxxx’ is an Access object name, it can be either a user object or a system object.

In an MDB database, there are many system tables (called as system objects) that collectively features crucial information about the database. In general, they stay hidden by default and are retained by MS Access only. Moreover, MS Access creates the following system tables when creating an MDB file: MSysAccessObjects, MSysACEs, MSysObjects, MSysQueries, MsysRelationships. Therefore, the possibility is once again high that you may also receive the error: ‘Record(s) cannot be read; no read permission on MsysObjects.’

Specific Explanation:

Usually, such sort of error occurs when you haven’t got the permission to read the specified table or query to view its data. It is very important for you to consult your system administrator or the creator of the object to alter your permission assignments. But, if you are very much sure about the eligibility to access the object and yet you face such error, then it is very likely that the object information and property data are partially corrupted. And, in such a scenario Microsoft Access considers that you don’t have read permission for the specific object.


Now, to successfully overcome from such situation you can very well consult the system administrator or the creator of the object to change your permissions. If you are not sure about the permissions, then you must opt for an mdb file repair utility in order to address corruption problem. In fact, by using software like Kernel for Access repair, which is considered as prominent database repair software, you can very well repair both .MDB and .ACCDB files of MS Access application without any hassle and complete accuracy. The most remarkable aspect about the software is its two data recovery modes i.e Standard Mode and Template Mode that allows you overcome the file corruption issue effectively. The Standard mode is ideal in dealing with minor file corruption and Template mode is helpful in major corruptions. Though, you must remember that template mode must be chosen only in case there is proper backup of corrupted MS Access files. In addition, using this software even password-protected MS Access database files can too be repaired. Moreover, in case you are looking to get familiar with its functionality, then you can very well opt its trial version at free of cost.

Say no to anymore Windows data corruption issues

Tuesday, June 18th, 2013

Microsoft Windows is one of the most popular operating system which comes with a number of advance features. As per time, new and improved versions of Windows OS come in the market that gives you thrilling experience while using on your PC. But, still there are few glitches related to Windows data loss.

There are several physical and logical reasons which quite often are responsible for the loss of important data from windows OS. You can resolve this situation by restoring data of backup file but in case of unavailability, you have to face hard data disaster circumstances. Windows data loss can be called as unforeseen loss of data or information. People may not even think about regular backup, until they face some valuable data disaster condition and they need it badly. Windows data loss can happen to anybody.

Physical Damage:

Physical damage is now common and such data corruption occurs due to damage of the physical parts of the storage media. There are a number of possibilities like the faulty working of a hard disk due to the mechanical failures such as head crashes, failed motors or insufficient power supply. Physical damage of Windows hard drive always results to some kind of logical damage as some clusters of hard disk get destroyed. The physical had disk damage issues cannot be resolved by the user as it very often leads to further damage to the media.

Logical Damage:

The Logical damages of Windows hard disk happen more commonly as compared to the Physical damage. The primarily cause of such damage is improper maintenance where the file system structures are prevented from being completely written to the storage medium. This result in the discrepancy in the state of file system and cause various problems such as system crashes, operating system checking for the boot file for more than one time. These issues can be resolved by using various programs that are accompanied with the operating software.

For instance, there is chkdsk utility of Microsoft Windows available to overcome these errors. The chkdsk command requires the file Autochk.exe. If it fails to find it in the startup directory (\%systemroot%\System32, by default), then it will attempt to locate it on the Windows Installation CD. If you have a multi boot system, then you should be sure that you are issuing this command from the drive containing Windows. However, chkdsk utility fails to fix severe issues of Windows hard disk corruption and your problems remain same.

The Master File Table (MFT) is the most important data structure of NTFS file system. The MFT stores metadata of each file, folder, and metafile on the NTFS file system partition. The MFT configuration supports particular algorithms that help in minimizing hard disk fragmentation. But, when the number of entries goes beyond 4 million, the MFT may get damaged and you come across disastrous data loss situations.

To tackle or get back lost Windows data due to any possible reason, unfortunately there is no inbuilt utility. So, you have to look for a professional Windows data recovery tool. Kernel for Windows data recovery tool is most appropriate option that can help you to retrieve all inaccessible, lost, permanently deleted Windows data. The software performs a thorough scanning of the affected hard disk with the help of highly advanced algorithms and recover windows data from it. This software is much capable of recovering data from FAT16, FAT32, VFAT, NTFS, and NTFS5 file system partitions. It supports IDE, EIDE, SCSI, SATA, PEN, ZIP, and USB drives. It is compatible with Microsoft Windows 7, Vista, 2003, XP, and Windows 2000 OS.