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>Thanks for the offer. Seems a great many of our zipped MDB backups are in
>this state. Seems to me there would be some tools available to repair this.
there are, but they are, in my personal and professional opinion,
junk. When we started a recovery service, it was with the goal of
offering such a tool, but experience has shown that corruption is a
strange animal, and any off-the-shelf tool will by its very nature,
not be comprehensive enough to solve all possible recoverable
situations. So we still offer our service because it works better for
customers. Not a penny is paid, nor any payment details provided,
until the client knows what the recovery will produce. Also, we get
to apply our library of solutions developed over the years, but should
a new or novel problem arise, we can custom code solutions for that
particular problem, ensuring a more comprehensive and successful
If, as you say, you have many such files, we can usually work out a
pricing arrangement that facilitates a greater number of files without
an incremental cost for each. That's because in such cases, the
corruption is usually similar across these files from the same site,
and so while the first job is a regular recovery job, it may well hold
the keys to quickly recovering all the other files you have, assuming
indeed that the corruption was related. If that is so, our pricing
would be very competitive indeed, even for a large number of files.
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