Fixing “The Repair Operation Was Cancelled” Access File Error

Normally, you get to face Access errors when you try to open, mount or close the Access database files. Just in case you come across Access file errors and get to face Access corruption, you can try to restore your valuable and precious data using the last, valid, and clean Access file backup. However in…

Normally, you get to face Access errors when you try to open, mount or close the Access database files.

Just in case you come across Access file errors and get to face Access corruption, you can try to restore your valuable and precious data using the last, valid, and clean Access file backup.

However in case of unavailability of a proper Access file backup, you can use the Compact and Repair utility to repair the damaged and corrupt Access database files.

Also, we would like to mention that in case the Compact and Repair utility fails to repair the damaged and corrupt Access database files, then you need to use a professional and profitable open MDB tool to repair the damaged and corrupt Access database files.

Let's consider a real life scenario wherein while you try to open an MDB file, you get to face the following error message:

“The repair operation was canceled. To repair the file manually, on the File menu, point to Manage Database, and then click Compact and Repair Database.”

Every time you try to open MDB file, you get to the above error message again and again. Not only this, the error message makes the database unmountable resulting in data inaccessibility.

Now that we have known the error message, let's figure out the actual cause behind the occurrence of the above mentioned error message.

The root cause behind the occurrence of the above mentioned error message is corruption of Access database files.

Now that we have come to know the error message and the cause behind the occurrence of the error message, let's quickly try to figure out the resolution of the error message.

In order to resolve the aforementioned error message, you must Compact and Repair your Access database and you can do this in the following manner:

1. On the Toolbar menu, click Tools.
2. Select Database Utilities.
3. Click Compact and Repair Database option.
4. In the Database to Compact From, select the damaged and corrupt MDB file.
5. Click Compact.
6. Save the repaired Access database file to a new location.

By performing the above mentioned steps, you should be able to resolve the above mentioned error; However, just in case you are not able to resolve the issue by performing the aforementioned steps, then you need to perform Access file recovery using a professional and efficient open MDB tool.

A number of open MDB file tools are available in the market. Be cautious and decide upon a vigilant open MDB tool.

However, just in case you get confused, which is quite natural then you need to download and then work on the free trial version of the open MDB file tool to get an idea about the basic functionality of the tool as well as its performance.

Recoveryfix for Access is a professional and profitable open MDB file tool that is devised in such a way that it is able to repair the damaged and corrupt Access database files and that too too in an easy and efficient manner. Recoveryfix for Access comes with an intuitive, interactive, as well as self descriptive graphical user interface which enables both professionals as well as non technical users to easily work on the tool.