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Data recovery

Data recovery

Data recovery

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Hello,

Today my database corrupted.

My table called TblProperty corrupted and reported a record that I was editing as ‘deleted’.

Sure enough when I check the record in the table the autonumber was blank and many cells just contained hashes.

I tried compact and repair, but no joy.

I had a backup from last night, so I had two options.

1. Restore the table from last nights backup and re-enter todays changes again (which is what i did)

Or

2. Delete the corrupted record and insert the record again from the back up table.

What is the best approach to this? Also how would I go about reinserting the record with the correct autonumber Id. Can I use an append query, and if so will it copy over the original autonumber ID from my back up table?

Alternatively, is there another approach?

Many thanks
Mark.

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