Generally, after we delete files from computer hard drive or partition, files would disappear from partition instantly, but they are still in recycle bin. However, most of us are always accustomed to emptying recycle bin after data deletion. So when we want to undelete file, we should think of it in two situations. For example, if Access database file is deleted accidently, we could recover it from following angles.
If we have just deleted Access database from partition, and not emptied recycle bin, we could restore it from recycle bin directly.
Just need to open recycle bin and choose Access database file, right-click it and click Restore button. It would be back to partition where it was before deletion.
If you have deleted Access database file from recycle bin, it would not be so easy to restore it back. But even though, there are still ways recovering Access database file lost from recycle bin.
1. Press Win + R to open Run box. Type regedit in it and press Enter.
2. Navigate to HEKY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SOFTWARE/Microsoft/Windows/currentversion/explorer/desktop/namespace.
3. Right-click NameSpace, and choose New – key. And name it "645FFO40-5081-101B-9F08-00AA002F954E".
4. Click the new created key, and change its default value data as Recycle Bin.
Reboot computer, and check whether Access database file has come back in recycle bin.
If you feel worried about user errors because of undeleting database file manually in Regedit Editor, please get an effective data recovery tool to help restore it.
It would recover deleted file not only lost from recycle bin, but also attacked by virus, or lost after disk formatting. And powerful Data Genius is an example, which could restore Access database file because of different kinds of loss reasons.
1. Directly download it free and install it on your computer.
2. Run Data Genius and choose Deleted Recovery from four recovery options. Click Next.
3. Choose C drive and click Scan button to do deep scan on this partition.
4. Select Access database file to recover it.
Unfold Recycle Bin in list after drive scan. And select database file (MDB or ACCDB file) in recycle bin. Click Recover button and choose another drive to save recovered Access database file.
After data recovery finished, open that drive you would see database file in recovery folder.
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