List of Possible Errors in MS Office Access

MS Office Access is one of the applications grouped in MS Office software suite. It is used to create small sized pseudo relational databases. While working with one of the Access files, you may get an error message halting your MS Access application. List of nearly all the error messages is given here for a quick reference. You may try to recover Access database manually or employ a Access database recovery software to resolve the issue.
• The database ‘db_name.mdb’ needs to be repaired or isn’t a Microsoft Access database file.
• The database has been placed in an unexpected state.
• Disk Error — Reserved error (-1601)
• Table ‘TempMSysAccessObjects’ already exists
• ‘AOIndex’ is not an index in this table
• The database ‘db_name.mdb’ needs to be repaired or isn’t a database file.
• Record Is Deleted
• The database has been placed in a state by user ‘’on machine’’ that prevents it from being opened or locked.
• Needs to be repaired
• Not a valid password
• Errors were encountered during the save operation. Indexes are not added or changed.
• Failure to open/failure to show error
• Microsoft jet database engine could not find object MSysObjects. Make sure the object exists and you spell its name correctly and the path name correctly.
• Invalid field data type
• Record(s) can’t be read, no read permissions on ‘MSysAccessObjects’.
• Unexpected error 35012
• Could not find field “Description
• Invalid Bookmark
• The Microsoft Jet database engine stopped the process because you and another user are attempting to change the same data at the same time.
• Record(s) cannot be read; no read permission on ‘MSysAccessObjects.
• Record(s) cannot be read; no read permission on ‘MSysObjects’.
• Record(s) cannot be read; no read permission on ‘MSysACEs’.
• The Microsoft Jet database engine cannot find the input table or query ‘MSysAccessObjects’. Make sure it exists and that its name is spelled correctly.
• Could not use ; file already in use. (Error 3045) The specified file is currently being used by another user or session. Wait for the other user or session to finish working with the file, and then try the operation again.
• Operation invalid without current index.
• Unrecognized database format ‘db_name.mdb’.
• This database is in an unexpected state; Microsoft Access can’t open it.
This database has been converted from a prior version of Microsoft Access by using the DAO Compact Database method instead of the Convert Database command on the Tools menu (Database Utilities submenu). This has left the database in a partially converted state.
If you have a copy of the database in its original format, use the Convert Database command on the Tools menu (Database Utilities submenu) to convert it. IF the original database is no longer available, create a new database and import your tables and queries to preserve your data. Your other database objects can’t be recovered.
• You cannot carry out this action at the present time.
• The instruction at “0x12345678" referenced memory at “0x90abcdef”. The memory could not be “written”.
• Microsoft Office Access has detected that this database is in an inconsistent state, and will attempt to recover the database. During this process, a backup copy of the database will be made and all recovered objects will be placed in a new database. Access will then open the new database. The names of objects that were not successfully recovered will be logged in the “Recovery Errors” table.
• Runtime error 3000 — Reserved Error (-1104)
• ‘databasename.mdb’ isn’t an index in this table. Look in the Indexes collection of the TableDef object to determine the valid index names.
• Disk or network error
• Invalid argument
• Field is too small to accept the amount of data you attempted to add. Try inserting or pasting less data.
• Error Accessing File. Network Connection May Have Been Lost.
To solve the above errors, you can try Access Recovery software. Click here to download it.

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