Error Message The instruction at - in MS Access

Error Message The instruction at - in MS Access

An MS Access database user encounters various error messages, which stops him from accessing the database components. Some of these error messages are self descriptive and also notify the user to perform Access Recovery. To perform absolute and systematic Access Recovery (if there is no back up) the user needs to efficient Access Recovery software.

For example, when a user attempts to create a table in Access database, he encounters the below error message:

"The instruction at "0x????????" referenced memory at "0x????????". The memory could not be written"

As specified in the above error message, there is some problem in the memory where the Access database is stored. After the above error message appears, the user is unable to create the table and use the database. To use the Access database, the user needs to run an in-built utility known as Compact and Repair. This in-built utility enables the user to perform Access Repair and recover Access database from its corrupted state. But if the user receives the same error message again, then he needs to restore the Access database by using a recent back up. If the user has not maintained any backup, then he should opt for a third party application to recover his lost Access data known as Access Recovery software.

Stellar Phoenix Access Recovery is the most reliable Access Recovery application that provides absolute and orderly Access Database Repair by incorporating advanced and powerful scanning algorithms. This repair access software can repair and recover Access database objects like deleted or corrupted tables, forms, reports, queries, module and macros. It can even recover Auto Number, hyperlink, OLE (Object Linking & Embedding) and Yes/No fields along with all types of queries in Access database to achieve absolute Access Recovery. It can even recover the relations in Access database.

It is compatible with Access 2007, 2003, 2002 and 2000 databases. It supports Windows Vista, XP, 2003, 2000 and NT. The demo version of this access recovery application is available on Stellars website and other popular shareware websites, which allows the user to assess the software by previewing the lost Access database components and even save the scan information.